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Syntax Creative Adds Grapetree Records To Roster

Syntax Creative, a leading digital distribution and marketing company for independent music, has announced a strategic partnership with Grapetree Records as the pioneering rap label celebrates the 30th anniversary of its launching. The collaboration aims to expand the reach of its classic catalog, bringing the music to a new audience, and ultimately making room to

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Mistrust Is Ripping America Apart

By Janice Ellis, St. Louis American On an almost daily basis we are confronted with the choice of continuing to believe in the role, value and integrity of our government or conclude that it is irretrievably broken. At a minimum we must seriously ask: Are we at risk of succumbing to what appears to be

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State officials, NAACP say placing proposed FBI headquarters in P.G. County could significantly impact lives of Black residents

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, tmcqueen@afro.com Efforts to bring a large-scale opportunity for equity and economic advancement to Prince George’s County have begun again under the new administration of Maryland Gov. Wes Moore. “Gov. Moore has made this his number one federal issue,” Matthew Verghese, the governor’s senior advisor and director of federal relations

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Councilwoman Brooke Pinto addresses District’s outdated air conditioning codes as weather is impacted by climate change

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, tmcqueen@afro.com Councilwoman Brooke Pinto, Ward 2, called for the D.C. Construction Codes Coordinating Board (CCCB) to reconsider the time frame on which building owners must turn on communal air conditioning for residents in the District. Pinto argues that the current time frame does not address the temperature irregularities of

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D.C. council members fight food insecurity in schools as pandemic measures for K-12 students expire

By Hadiya Presswood, Special to the AFRO D.C. Council members introduced a bill to provide “free universal school breakfast, lunch and after-school snacks to students in public, charter and participating private schools in the District of Columbia” earlier this year. The Universal Free School Meals Amendment Act of 2023, or B25-0035, proposes that public charter