By Hunter Savery, Capital News Service Despite decades of conservation efforts, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) gave the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay a D+ in its recently released 2022 State of the Bay report. In fact, the needle has hardly moved since the Chesapeake Bay Foundation began issuing the annual report in 1998.
Pfizer partners with communities nationwide to raise awareness of ATTR-CM, an underdiagnosed cause of heart failure among Black and Afro-Caribbean communities
By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer Randy Peters is 76 years old. Originally from Trinidad, he now lives in New Orleans, La. He’d always maintained an active lifestyle until one day in 2018, when he realized he was struggling to climb the stairs during a visit to his daughter’s house. He quickly became extremely
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO Contributing Editor Bowie State University student Kiara Ebron was exuberant upon learning Vice President Kamala Harris and Gov. Wes Moore would be visiting her campus to encourage home ownership– specifically in the Black community. The 22 year-old MBA student also decided attending the Harris appearance would be a wonderful way to
Photo: milkos via 123RF Whether you’re new to managing your finances or are looking for yet another passive income stream to fund retirement, the world of personal finance can be complicated. These seven podcasts share information from various perspectives to help you find your financial footing and stay ahead of the game as you make
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By Erick Alston Buck, Special to the AFRO Dating is as easy or as difficult as we make it. Depending on how long we’ve been single, our dating goals and even our age, we may very well show up on this new dating scene creating obstacles and challenges for ourselves and blaming our unmet expectations
Gospel music minister, Songwriter, and Worship leader Toluwanimee teams up with Onos for a new version of “Enough,” the 7th track from her latest album, ‘Good and More’. Accompanied by a music video, the moving, spirit-lifting worship piece captures the duo in awe of God’s love as they express thankfulness, declaring “JESUS Your Love is
I am Legaci Trip to Dubai 2022 (courtesy of I am Legaci) *The Black travel movement is growing and Black travel groups are on the rise. But sometimes traveling overseas as an African American can be anxiety-producing with harrowing stories of racism or just not feelin’ the vibe with a white travel group. One person
Viola Davis attends “The Woman King” UK Gala Screening at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on October 03, 2022, in London, England. (Photo by Dave J Hogan/Dave J. Hogan/Getty Images ) *When “The Woman King” dropped on Netflix a little over a week ago, it was instantly the most-watched title on the streaming site, according to
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Ms. Pat attends the 54th NAACP Image Awards at Pasadena Civic Auditorium on February 25, 2023, in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Unique Nicole/FilmMagic) *A torrential rainstorm didn’t stop the stars from attending the 54th annual NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, California. Hosted by Queen Latifah, the night featured A-List talent, including Serena Williams, Zendaya, Sheryl