Hope Media Group has announced Scott Herrold as its new Chief of Programming, effective Monday, January 9th. The post Hope Media Group Names New Programming Head appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Radio personality and author Brant Hansen is scheduled to appear on GMA3 Friday, January 6. The post Radio Personality Brant Hansen To Appear On GMA3 appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Nominees have been announced and voting is open for the 11th Annual We Love Christian Music Awards, hosted by NewReleaseToday. The post Voting Open For 11th Annual We Love Christian Music Awards appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Becky Isaacs is recovering after being involved in a serious head-on collision on December 15th in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The post Becky Isaacs Recovering From Serious Car Accident appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Veteran D.C. business woman receives lifetime achievement award, induction into Minority Business Enterprise Hall of Fame
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com The Capital Region Minority Supplier Diversity Council (CRMSDC) recently inducted Sheila Brooks, founder and owner of D.C.-based SRB Communications, into the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Hall of Fame during the 50th anniversary of its Leaders & Legends Ceremony. The organization also awarded Brooks
By AFRO Staff Rasul and Malachi Wright know how to bring in a new year. The twin brothers, who closed out 2022 by walking across the Towson University commencement stage to receive their undergraduate degrees, are now stepping into 2023 with vision and purpose. “Only nine months ago, I suffered significant unforeseen complications during a
Meharry Medical College working to increase the number of Black medical professionals with physician assistant program
By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. has launched a physician assistant program in its School of Graduate Studies and Research, the nation’s largest private independent historically Black academic health sciences center. The first class of 25 aspiring physician assistants began their course of study in June 2022. The
By ROB MAADDI, Associated Press The NFL pushed ahead Tuesday with a difficult balancing act, navigating players’ emotions after Buffalo safety Damar Hamlin’s shocking cardiac arrest with a tight playoff schedule and emphasizing Hamlin’s health was its main focus. The league informed the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals that their game, suspended Monday night, would
By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser took the oath of office for a third term Jan. 2, unveiling a goal to add thousands of residents to the city’s population by 2028. Bowser also pledged to listen closely to residents’“big ideas” and push relentlessly to make D.C. the 51st state. “We will explore every
By Mylika Scatliffe, Special to the AFRO On Oct. 18, 2017, Brittani Dubose of Baltimore gave birth to Edward James Dubose. There was just one challenge– she was only 22 weeks and three days pregnant. She and her husband already had the nickname “Jamie” on hand for the newborn, but he lived for only 10