Gospel music minister Bsenjo is fulfilling the scripture in taking the Gospel to the end of the earth and she is leveraging on 2 of Africa’s hubs of Gospel music. Christened Belinda Senjo, the Cameroonian descent who resides in the U.S. celebrated her 30th birthday on the 29th of August, 2022, and is also set
By Brenda C. Siler, Word in Black Madam C. J. Walker’s status as an entrepreneur, philanthropist and activist has long been a model for aspiring Black business owners. On August […] The post Madam C. J. Walker barbie doll now available appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Exhibit extended to Sept.11 By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO The kaleidoscopic nature of revolutionary Black men who pursued change in service of the Black community will be highlighted […] The post Reginald F. Lewis Museum highlights Black “Men of Change” appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Mae Anderson and Michael Liedtke, AP Business Writers Apple regularly issues updates to the software powering the iPhone, and sometimes it’s OK to dawdle when it comes to installing […] The post Apple announces security risk; experts advise haste with latest iPhone update appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Aaron Wright, The Baltimore Banner via The Associated Press Araba Maze noticed neighborhood kids gathering around her as she read children’s books to her niece on her front stoop. […] The post ‘Street librarian’ aims to bring Baltimore kids more books appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org When Harper Watters was just 16, he left his family in New Hampshire and moved to Texas to […] The post Harper Watters: a TikTok star and the Houston Ballet’s first Black, queer first soloist appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff A new school year was once again plagued by old problems for students across Baltimore and Washington D.C. Hundreds of students and parents that anticipated a full […] The post First week of school cut short for students across Baltimore- again appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Prince George’s County Schools faces staff shortages, lifts mandatory mask mandate as students head back to school
By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor Prince George’s County School students returned to a smaller number of teachers and staff in their school buildings this year. Prince George’s Public Schools C.E.O. […] The post Prince George’s County Schools faces staff shortages, lifts mandatory mask mandate as students head back to school appeared first on AFRO American
By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor Students in the D.C. area piled back into classrooms this week, but D.C. administrators are still working out some details of the “welcome back,” as […] The post The tough first week of school for District of Columbia students appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Omar Faruk, The Associated Press Islamic militants have stormed a hotel in Somalia’s capital, engaging in an hours-long exchange of fire with the security forces that left at least […] The post Gunmen storm hotel in Somali capital, leave 20 dead appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .