Worship leader and songwriter Pat Barrett announces his “Acoustic Nights” tour featuring special guest Josh Baldwin. This tour will include an intimate night that weaves together stories and songs of worship that will begin on March 23rd and conclude on May 18th. The post Pat Barrett Announces Acoustic Tour with Josh Baldwin appeared first on
Featuring Performances with Carly Pearce, Lainey Wilson, Lathan Warlick and More Double Album MY STORY YOUR GLORY Out 2/17 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 9, 2023) – Matthew West brings his upcoming… The post My Story Your Glory with Matthew West at The Ryman to Air on TBN Feb 10 appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
On March 24, 2023, we will get to know a side of Whitney intrinsic to her very soul with the release of I Go to the Rock: The Gospel Music of Whitney Houston. The post Gaither Music Group To Release Long Awaited Whitney Gospel Project appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Recognized for his debut self-titled album in the Contemporary Christian/ Gospel Album of the Year category, this is St. Cyr’s first Juno nomination. The post Jordan St. Cyr Receives His First Juno Award Nomination appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
From Civil Rights to Silver Rights: How Black entrepreneurs are making history with peer-to-peer car sharing
The Black community has a remarkable legacy of business ownership, tracing all the way back to the Reconstruction Era. From Reconstruction to the 1960s and 70s, the Black community had to rely on its own resources for economic growth. Due to systemic racism and abhorrent Jim Crow policies, professional opportunities were extremely limited for Black
By Special Release from the Office of City Council President and Comptroller of Baltimore City The following statement was read by the Clerk to the Board of Estimates on February 15th. “The proposed underground conduit system agreement with BGE, which we believe allows BGE to reduce its fee structure and receive complete control of capital
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, email@example.com At 20 years old Taylor Wilson became the youngest person to work for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), an oversight agency for U.S. intelligence organizations. The Woodlawn, Md. native was hired in 2021 while working as a security information specialist for the National Security
Mount Holyoke College appoints Danielle Ren Holley as first Black female president to lead institution
By Howard News Staff Danielle Ren Holley, noted legal educator and social justice scholar, will become the twentieth president of Mount Holyoke College on July 1, 2023. The Board unanimously elected Holley following a thorough and inclusive search process. President-elect Holley is the first Black woman in the 186-year history of Mount Holyoke College to
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO Contributing Editor Ben Crump recently became the only practicing Black attorney to have a law school named after him when Miami’s St. Thomas University (STU) named its law school in his honor this month. STU President David A. Armstrong reflected on the common values the institution shared with the civil rights
By AFRO Staff Attorney Benjamin L. Crump made history when the dedication of the College of Law at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens is named in his honor. The naming of the Benjamin L. Crump College of Law drew the likes of George Clinton, the mother and stepfather of Tyre Nichols and Trayvon Martin’s