New arrests made in Brooklyn Homes mass shooting

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Acting Baltimore City Police Commissioner Richard Worley say the investigation into the Brooklyn mass shooting that took place on July 2 is ongoing and more arrests will be made.  The Brooklyn Homes mass shooting After Action Report (AAR) was released on Aug. 30.


The repeal of Affirmative Action: Implications for Black college women and rates of domestic violence

Authors Tenaj Moody, Isabelle Bisio, Myanna Johnson Introduction Affirmative action policies were introduced with the noble intention of redressing historical and systemic discrimination against marginalized communities, including Black women. While the effects of affirmative action policies have been felt across various marginalized communities, the repeal of such measures can disproportionately impact Black women and exacerbate


Ryan Stevenson Celebrates Grand Old Opry Debut

Award-nominated, Dove Award-winning Gotee recording artist Ryan Stevenson marked another milestone in his acclaimed career with his recent debut on the Grand Ole Opry. The singer/songwriter performed his Gold-selling #1 hit “Eye of the Storm,” along with “Speak Life,” the GRAMMY®-nominated TobyMac chart-topper co-written by Stevenson. The Oregon native and former paramedic shared with the


Black Census Project quadruples participation

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent, @StacyBrownMedia (NNPA NEWSWIRE) – The Black Futures Lab announced that it has reached an historic milestone in the Black Census Project survey, which will conclude in October 2023. The most extensive survey of Black people in the United States has gathered nearly 130,000 responses from all