By AFRO Staff While life, for many, paused during the COVID-19 pandemic, issues challenging the Black community persisted or worsened. Addressing some of those concerns—inflation, health disparities, voting rights—was the […] The post Black Women’s Agenda convenes in Washington appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
by Dwight Brown, NNPA News Wire Film Critic “Hardly a moment goes by when I don’t think about Emmett and the lessons a son can teach a mother.” Quoted from […] The post Till Debuts at 2022 New York Film Festival appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By AFRO Staff Madea is going to school this fall. Emory University’s Oxford College, based in Georgia, is currently offering a course based on Tyler Perry’s body of work, including […] The post Emory University offers 1st ever course on Tyler Perry appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Barrington Salmon, NNPA Newswire Contributor Everywhere ordinary Americans turn, it seems, the spectre of inflation haunts their everyday lives. Everything costs more: Food. Shelter. Gasoline. Eating out. Clothes. Vehicles. […] The post American wallets are being hammered by inflation- is relief in sight? appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
The Moore Report: Undrinkable water in Jackson, Miss, and Brett Favre ‘Robin Hood in reverse’ scheme with TANF funds
By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Special to the AFRO It is outrageous! If you speak to longtime residents of Jackson, Miss. You learn that their water system has been unreliable […] The post The Moore Report: Undrinkable water in Jackson, Miss, and Brett Favre ‘Robin Hood in reverse’ scheme with TANF funds appeared first on
By Ben Jealous Truth is a threat to authoritarianism. Reading is a path to truth. That’s why the freedom to read is essential to the freedom to learn. And that’s […] The post Book bans are an attack on the freedom to read, teach and learn appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
*EUR caught up with Michael Boatman and Nyambi Nyambi to dish about the exciting new season of “The Good Fight,” now streaming on Paramount+. Season six kicked off Sept. 8 with 10 all-new episodes that drop weekly on Thursdays, exclusively on the platform. Per press release, this season on “The Good Fight,” Diane (Christine Baranski)
*50 Cent’s estranged son, 25-year-old Marquise Jackson, says the $6700 he received in monthly child support from his famous father was not enough to live on. Fiddy and his eldest son have been estranged for years and often take jabs at each other on social media. Jackson recently appeared in an Instagram Live interview with
*First and foremost we gotta send prayers up to NeNe Leakes‘ 23-year-old son Brentt Leaks. The young man is counting his blessings after an extremely serious medical emergency sent him to the hospital. Here’s the bottom line, according to TMZ. Brentt Leakes was in Atlanta earlier this month when he suffered both a heart attack
*Lizzo has seemingly responded to Kanye’s latest comments about the media’s reaction to her alleged weight loss journey. “Lizzo works with my trainer, a friend of mine… When Lizzo loses 10 pounds and announces it, the bots – that’s a term for telemarketer callers – on Instagram, they attack her for losing weight,” Ye explained