Pointman at Refiners Embassy, Singer and songwriter Pst Paul Emmanuel is out with the new 6-tracker EP titled “Holy Ghost“- a collection of spirit-stirring sounds. Pst Paul Emmanuel has a unique sound and the new EP explores his gift of heavenly rhythm collated into rapturous symphonies that make up the body of work. As he
Dr. Kwami passed onto glory on Saturday, September 10th in the early morning hours surrounded by family in Nashville, Tennessee. The post Community Mourns Loss of Dr. Paul Kwami appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Selah is celebrating 25 years in Christian music with the release of two highly anticipated full-length recordings this fall. The post Selah Celebrates 25 Years With Two Milestone Recordings appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Coming to The Fisher Center at Belmont University on Friday, October 21, tickets for this powerful night of music will go on sale September 16 at 10am CT. The post A Night Of Worship with Bethel Music and Brooke Ligertwood appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
By Stephanie Myers, Ph.Dand Georgia Dunston, Ph.D During recent informal discussions with Gen Z, the moniker given to Americans in the 18 to 24 age bracket, we have been distressed […] The post Your vote affects the quality of everyday living appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Three-time Olympian and National Wrestling Hall of Famer Kenny Monday to rebuild Morgan State wrestling program
By Jamila Bey, Word In Black NCAA Division I, Varsity-level men’s wrestling is coming back to Morgan State University after a 25-year hiatus. Led by Kenny Monday, the first Black […] The post Three-time Olympian and National Wrestling Hall of Famer Kenny Monday to rebuild Morgan State wrestling program appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers
By Reginald Williams, Special to the AFRO firstname.lastname@example.org Kelly Edwards stands about six-foot-one. He weighs north of 300 pounds and for many, Edward’s physical presence comes off as a little […] The post Father and son team up for mental health podcast, ‘Black men vent too’ appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Donald Williams Black Americans across the country are considering how to start or sustain businesses in the unpredictable time of a global pandemic. But entrepreneurship comes with a multitude […] The post Op-ed: Should a startup use a credit card instead of a loan? appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer, email@example.com Gun violence wasn’t something 33-year-old Jasmine Ramsey thought too much about–at least in terms of affecting her. On Feb. 27, 2021, that […] The post New poll shows one in five Americans have been affected by gun violence appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Anissa Durham, Word In Black Black folks are talking about mental health more often, but the price and access to talk therapy and medication are common barriers for our […] The post Here’s why you should try cold exposure therapy appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .