By Marnita Coleman, Special to AFRO Recently the AFRO spoke with mental health professional Dr. Carla Debnam, LCPC, founder and executive director of The Renaissance Center, a Christian-based counseling center. […] The post #FaithWorks: God has your back– and mental health professionals do too appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Capital Impact Partners and CDC Small Business Finance merge to create Momentus Capital to inclusively and equitably transform the financial services sector
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Capital Impact Partners and CDC Small Business Finance, two established national nonprofits based in D.C., recently merged and […] The post Capital Impact Partners and CDC Small Business Finance merge to create Momentus Capital to inclusively and equitably transform the financial services sector
By Winsome Packer, Special to the AFRO, and Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor The District’s long-stated support of immigrants’ rights is being tested as an influx of more than 7,000 migrants […] The post District of Columbia faces a crisis with a migrant influx appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By H R. Harris, Special to the AFRO The old chapel at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital is now the R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center. On Aug. 15, it was bustling with young business […] The post City unveils new grant program for Ward 8 entrepreneurs appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Deborah Bailey, AFRO D.C. Editor and H.R. Harris, Special for the AFRO With a flurry of legislative activity on Capitol Hill in the weeks before Congress adjourns, many advocates […] The post Updates on legislative action towards reparations for African Americans appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
*(CNN) — Many Californians fear the “Big One,” but it might not be what you think. It’s not an earthquake. And it isn’t the mega drought. It’s actually the exact opposite. A megaflood. A new study by Science Advances shows climate change has already doubled the chances of a disastrous flood happening in California in
“Beast,” with Idris Elba as the heroic, doting dad, is a must-see. Considering all the negative and disparaging Hollywood jungle movies made, “Beast” is like a breath of fresh air and a great Christmas gift in August. “Beast” also eats away at the deplorable myth of bad, Black fathers. Dr. Nate Samuels (Idris Elba) will
Video of a Man Kicking Woman Out Of Hotel Room – Because She Refuses Intimacy with Him – Goes Viral | WATCH
*A video of a furious man kicking a thankless woman out of his hotel room continues to go viral. The man claims he spent $5,000 to fly the woman out in the hope of having sex with her, only for the woman to refuse his advances when they were in the hotel room. Apart from
*Effective immediately, The Blues Foundation names former music manager/agent and former board member Kimberly Horton the Interim President and CEO of the 42-year organization. With the recent departure of former President and CEO Judith Black, Horton says she looks forward to leading the Blues Foundation to its next chapter and the organization’s upcoming signature events including International Blues
T.S. Monk is Back with Live Album That Also Pays Tribute to His Jazz Legend Father Thelonious Monk I LISTEN-to-Podcast
This episode of Underground Magnolia Podcast shines the spotlight on jazz musician T.S. Monk, also the son of jazz legend Thelonious Monk. After a decade plus recording absence, he’s back with the live album “Two Continents, One Groove,” which is currently a hit on the jazz charts. The prolific jazz drummer, composer, and bandleader discusses: