By Chris Sweeney Last November, Maryland voters overwhelmingly approved a referendum to legalize cannabis use by adults. Those votes triggered new rules and legal processes that will affect use and possession of the drug, recreational sales and the ability to expunge criminal charges. Perhaps lost in the excitement of these major changes is the significant
By Navy Office of Community Outreach SOUTH CHINA SEA (July 7, 2023) Aviation Support Equipment Technician 2nd Class D’Angelo Scriven, from Baltimore, sings on the aft mess decks aboard the U.S. Navy’s only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), during an open-mic night hosted by the Morale, Welfare and Recreation committee in the
By: Jeremy Allen, Executive Editor for the Michigan Chronicle Detroit businessman and famed “CSI: NY” and “The Good Doctor” actor Hill Harper is expected to announce his bid for the Michigan U.S. Senate seat that will be vacated by retiring Sen. Debbie Stabenow after the November 2024 statewide elections. Harper told the Michigan Chronicle that
By New York Amsterdam News Contempt proceedings should be initiated against New York City over its failure to meet court-ordered reforms meant to stabilize the troubled Rikers Island jail complex, a federal monitor recommended on July 10. The court-appointed monitor made the recommendation in a filing in Manhattan federal court, where a judge is currently
By Natasha C. Pratt-Harris and Johnny Rice II Why the Police Should be Trained by Black People aligns scholarly and community efforts to address how Black people are policed. It combines traditional models commonly taught in policing courses, with new approaches to teaching and training about law enforcement in the U.S. all from the Black lens.
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior Correspondent Recent research conducted by Reuters has shed light on the genealogies of America’s political elite, revealing that a significant portion of members of Congress, living presidents, Supreme Court justices and governors are direct descendants of ancestors who enslaved Black people. Among the 536 members of the last
Award-winning Nigerian praise-worship leader Hope Davies is out with a brand new single “No Man” and it’s dance-ready! The captivating praise song reassures believers that no man can change the mind of God towards His children, no matter how hard they try. Written, composed, and arranged by Joseph Briggs for JB Entertainment, ”No Man’ is
Singer-songwriter and producer Sarai Korpacz has released her much-anticipated new single “Stand Still,” available now on all music streaming platforms. This captivating song, with its Latin and Caribbean music undertones, along with accents of gospel music and a favorable blend of folk tunes, offers a powerful message about finding peace and trusting in God’s guidance.
Celebrated Nigerian gospel artiste, Anny has released the highly-anticipated official music video for her new single “Running Over.” Directed by Frizzle N Bizzle, a skilled and visionary director known for his unique storytelling and creativity, the video brings “Running Over” to life with captivating visuals, dynamic choreography, and stunning cinematography. Speaking about the new video
“Your Unending Love,” the newest single from Emmanuel Adeniran featuring the power vocals of Esther Royalty (EsRo) is available now on all music streaming platforms. The pop-flavored track is released via Redband Music production company. According to Emmanuel, the recording process for ‘Your Unending Love’ started pre-COVID-19 pandemic in 2019 at Juno Jaxxon’s home studio