By Patrick Washington Capitalism is killing America. The overreaching sentiment of “Wall Street” and Gordon Gekko is coming to a head. Greed is no longer good — if it ever […] The post Capitalism is killing America appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Rondez Green Unceasing racial violence and societal instability spotlight an imperative: we must establish commitments to a government that works for all of the people. From election officials to […] The post What is legitimate political discourse without legitimate political institutions? appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
*Compared to last year, everyone’s feeling less stressed about the new school year this fall – but parents are a lot more confident than teachers, new research suggests. That’s according to a recent survey of 2,000 Americans, 1,000 of whom work as K-12 teachers and 1,000 who are parents to school-age children, which found 44
*(CNN) — Chris, a homeowner in Des Moines, was surprised when a woman he didn’t know recently pulled into his driveway and asked if he could move his vehicles. She believed she had booked his pool for the night after someone had wrongfully listed it on a platform devoted to renting out private swimming pools.
*(CNN) — After more than three hours of deliberation, a federal jury awarded $31 million in damages after finding the Los Angeles County Sheriff and Fire Departments liable for infringing on the constitutional rights of Vanessa Bryant and co-plaintiff Christopher Chester, who each lost a spouse and daughter in the helicopter crash in January 2020.
*British actor John Boyega the star of ‘Breaking’ and known for his roles in the ‘Star Wars’ sequel trilogy films The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker sat down with SiriusXM Progress host John Fugelsang and said why he felt inspired to speak out in London after the murder of George Floyd
*A jury in Oregon has ordered Walmart to pay a Black man $4.4 million in damages after he claimed in a lawsuit that he was racially profiled while shopping at the store. Michael Mangum, 61, was shopping for a light bulb at a store in Wood Village, Oregon, on March 26, 2020, when a former
Fathom event “Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon” will be in theaters December 5, 6 & 7 only. The post “Johnny Cash: The Redemption Of An American Icon” Coming To Theaters appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
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Moore says he will support ‘critical voices of community leaders’ pushing for West Baltimore food market
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member Wes Moore addressed community leaders’ concerns over food deserts in Charm City this summer, agreeing to help them tackle […] The post Moore says he will support ‘critical voices of community leaders’ pushing for West Baltimore food market appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers