VIDEO: Omoye Usman – Compassionate God

Canada-based Gospel recording artist, Worship leader, and Songwriter, Omoye Usman has unwrapped the music video to her latest single “Compassionate God”. The mid-tempo tune talks about God’s love, mercies and grace, compassion towards His children, and all His creation. Born in Edo State Nigeria, Omoye Usman resides in Woodbridge Ontario Canada. She is passionate about


“ODOGWU” By Chris ND & Ngborogwu Band

“ODOGWU,” is the newest single from gyration sensation Chris ND and his exceptional Ngborogwu band. The indigenous groovy tune celebrates God’s greatness and exalts Him as the ‘Fearless Warrior’ in the Nigerian Igbo language. The term “ODOGWU” holds great significance in Igbo culture, representing the embodiment of a powerful and fearless warrior. Chris ND and


Comcast seeking applications for small business grant competition

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Comcast recently announced that it would bestow 100 Baltimore small businesses with grant packages that include $5,000 in funding, business consultation, educational resources, media schedule, creative production and a technology makeover as part of the Comcast RISE program.  To qualify for the program, businesses must have 100 or


EMILY’s List holds annual gala

By AFRO Staff EMILY’s List held their annual “We are EMILY” gala on May 16 at The Anthem in Washington, D.C., welcoming elected officials from across the nation including President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. EMILY’s List is a political action organization dedicated to supporting Democratic female candidates in favor of abortion rights.


Gov. Wes Moore delivers commencement speech to Coppin State University grads

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, On May 19, Gov. Wes Moore addressed Coppin State University (CSU) graduates, their families and Baltimore City as a whole as he delivered a stirring commencement speech. Moore discussed the importance of Baltimore’s prosperity and negated the rhetoric that Baltimore is “nefarious” and “undisciplined.” “Today, you have before