*A lawsuit filed by the California-Hawaii NAACP Conference on Aug. 2 to remove an election ballot opposition statement to Proposition 26 attributed to a Los Angeles NAACP branch member has been settled. The statement will be stricken from ballot materials. The civil rights organization found the statement “false and/or misleading” because it supports Prop 26.
*In the (unlikely?) event of a zombie apocalypse, how could you survive? The CDC weighed in on the subject, albeit tongue-in-zombie-cheek. Besides knowing how to defend yourself, it’s also important to know where you have the best odds of making it out alive. Inspired by the CDC’s Zombie Preparedness 101 guide, Lawn Love dug the
*A rapper belonging to the Grammy-nominated group Nappy Roots was robbed, kidnapped, and shot this week following closing hours at a brewery he co-owns in Atlanta, according to an @11Alive report. Police said the victim, Melvin Adams, also known by his rap name Scales, was at his #Atlantucky Brewing in the Castleberry Hill neighborhood near
*We caught up with Professional driver Paul Swan and his wife Mariel to dish about USA network’s half-hour unscripted series “Austin Dillon’s Life in the Fastlane”. The couple is best friends of Daytona 500 Champion Austin Dillon and his wife Whitney and the show follows the group’s over-the-top NASCAR lifestyle. Per the network, “the Dillons
“DESIRE,” the highly anticipated new single from Limoblaze is finally out and available to download/stream on digital platforms. The Afrogospel sensation teamed up with talented songstress Emandiong who brought extra heat to the hot track with her mellifluous vocals. “DESIRE” is an Afro-Amapiano bop that talks about the love of God, emphasizing the great price
Anne Wilson announces new book, “My Jesus,” coming October 25th. The post Anne Wilson Announces Upcoming Book appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
By AFRO Staff Though the fight for freedom and equality have undoubtedly been a main focus for the AFRO American Newspapers, the publication has gone to great lengths to record […] The post From the archives: how community happenings provided decades of coverage appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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Patent prosecutor launches first-of-its-kind app to connect entertainment professionals and protect them from exploitation
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com Growing up, patent attorney Jean-Que Dar loved the arts. He was raised by immigrant parents from Haiti, and […] The post Patent prosecutor launches first-of-its-kind app to connect entertainment professionals and protect them from exploitation appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By ZEKE MILLER and SEUNG MIN KIM WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden signed Democrats’ landmark climate change and health care bill into law on Tuesday, delivering what he has called the […] The post Biden signs massive climate and health care legislation appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .