By Fatiha Belfakir, Special to the AFRO, email@example.com The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently revealed new changes of its operations and the COVID-19 quarantine protocol. This sparked […] The post CDC challenges continue: fighting a pandemic requires public trust appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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#Faithworks: Pastor of Ames Memorial United Methodist Church supports back-to-school initiative, speaks on forthcoming community resource hub
By Marnita Coleman, Special to the AFRO As summer vacation comes to a close, Ames Memorial United Methodist Church in Sandtown made sure students were prepared with their annual back-to-school […] The post #Faithworks: Pastor of Ames Memorial United Methodist Church supports back-to-school initiative, speaks on forthcoming community resource hub appeared first on AFRO American
By Steve Karnowski, The Associated Press When Minneapolis teachers settled a 14-day strike in March, they celebrated a groundbreaking provision in their new contract that was meant to shield teachers […] The post Minneapolis teacher contract’s race language ignites firestorm appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff Venus Williams continues to clock “aces” off-court, recently announcing the launching of her company’s first eyewear collection. EleVen, the tennis star’s activewear brand, has partnered with Look […] The post EleVen by Venus Williams launches eyewear line appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The Deshaun Watson Settlement Shows the NFL Has Made Progress with Sexual Misconduct Accusations | VIDEO
*(CNN) — Over a decade ago, Ben Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a college student in Georgia — a case that sent shudders through the NFL world. Roethlisberger, the starting quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers at the time, was beloved by fans — having led the Steelers to two Super Bowl championships. Though Roethlisberger
Two-thirds of Americans say they live by a carpe diem mindset, new research suggests. A poll of 2,000 Americans aged 21+ revealed that 65 percent of them have adopted a “seize the day” attitude. In fact, 66 percent believe that they are living more in the moment today than compared to pre-pandemic times. And that’s
*“I want to keep the style of what’s coming next,” said conga player Chris Nettuno about his band Canelita Sabrosa’s music, heard on their debut self-titled release. “What makes us unique is…we have an African-American, Puerto Rican, I’m Italian, Afro Cuban….” The “Canelita Sabrosa (Tasty Cinnamon)” (Canelita Sabrosa Records) album offers the listeners 16 tracks
*Oop! According to documents obtained by @tmz_tv, Shannon Clermont is asking a judge to annul her secret marriage to Alex Moss. Shannon and Alex apparently married in New Jersey back in March after years of dating. But now the model claims that she was tricked into marrying the celebrity jeweler under fraudulent pretenses. Shannon claims that
*We caught up with Tami Roman to dish about her new scripted series, “Haus of Vicious,” currently airing on BET. The 8-episode, one-hour drama series stars Roman as Chantel Vivian, a fashion designer, whose success is overshadowed by her narcissistic husband, addiction, unresolved childhood traumas and a dysfunctional personal life, per press release. Roman stars