How to Support the AFRO This Holiday Season

Give the gift of local news Founded almost 130 years ago, the AFRO American Newspapers (AFRO) provides readers with good news about the Black community not otherwise found and thanks to readers like you, We’re Still here! Our staff have worked hard over the past several months – our work speaks for itself: This past


Christmas Greetings from the AFRO

Thomas Stockett Holiday Drawings Thomas Stockett served as the AFRO’s editorial cartoonist from 1955 until his death in 2007. Throughout that time, he was the visual voice of the paper, illustrating its editorial point of view to help readers envision numerous topics from a Black perspective. His illustrations provide historical relevance to African American Studies, African Diaspora


Baltimore Choral Arts Society and Morgan State University Choir to usher Christmas at Baltimore Basilica on MPT

By Reginald Williams, Special to the AFRO The Baltimore Choral Arts Society presents Christmas with Choral Arts, a 29-year-old tradition, featuring holiday music and dramatic readings on Dec. 24. The event, which includes an audience sing-along, will be presented by Artworks and aired on Maryland Public Television (MPT) at 8 p.m.  The concert will feature