*The daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. has responded to claims that if her father were alive, he would be a supporter of Trump and the far-right movement. Kari Lake, the Republican governor hopeful for Arizona, said at a campaign event on Wednesday that Martin Luther King Jr. would have been an “America First Republican”
Billboard Christian chart-toppers, Housefires release their new single, “Only Jesus” – lifted from their forthcoming 2023 project, How To Start a Housefire. Available today to Download/Stream on digital platforms, “Only Jesus” features Chandler Moore, DOE, and Kirby Kaple. The song reminds listeners that the material things which many people consider important can be taken away
New York-based Christian recording artist and songwriter, Ikemefuna Nwabueze best known as Z-LOUS teams up with WCI New York Choir for a brand new single titled “Awesome God“. This marks the first new music from the Nigerian-born singer in over a year following the release of “Restore” in March 2021. It also marks Z-LOUS’ second
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By Bill Barrow, The Associated Press Stacey Abrams, Georgia Democrats’ nominee for governor, is launching an intensive effort to get out the vote by urging potential supporters to cast in-person […] The post Abrams’ strategy to boost turnout: Early voting commitments appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation recently announced that its Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) will resume in-person programming Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, after a two-year virtual presentation […] The post Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s legislative conference returns to D.C. appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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