Panel members at legislative conference discuss national electric vehicle program, set to spur workforce development opportunities

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, When President Biden signed the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (ILJA) in 2021, much of the legislation addressed greener, more accessible transportation for all.  Not only did the bill include the largest federal, public transit investment, $89.9 billion, in U.S. history, it set aside $7.5 billion

Black Women’s Roundtable holds 15th annual policy forum series on ‘Power of the Ballot’ 

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, The 15th Annual Black Women’s Roundtable Policy Forum Series: “Power of the Ballot: We won’t be erased!” helped set the tone for the 52nd Annual Legislative Conference, which opened on Sept. 20.  The panel took place in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in D.C. and focused on

“LOOK AT GOD” – Koryn Hawthorne is Thankful in New Song & Video

Two-time GRAMMY® nominated, Billboard Music and NAACP Image Award-winning, inspirational artist, Koryn Hawthorne, releases her brand new single, “Look At God,” lifted from her forthcoming third album. The triple-threat entertainer’s new single, “Look At God” is available to stream and purchase wherever music is sold and streamed now. Executive Produced by, J White Did It

The Pulse of Entertainment: TUBI Acquires Director Mark Hunter’s ‘3rd Degree’ | VIDEO

TUBI acquires Director Mark Hunters’ film 3rd Degree. *“’3rd Degree‘ is fictional,” said film/stage play director Mark Hunter about his film which was recently acquired by TUBI. “Actually, it was a play for 15 years.” A veteran playwright and director, Hunter is bringing his stage plays to the big screen(s). He said 3rd Degree was

Naomi Campbell Says the Fashion Industry Punished Her for Being An ‘Outspoken Black Woman’ – Drake is Ticking Black Women OFF & More | PicVIDEOs

Naomi Campbell Photo: NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images *Webbies, did you miss us, well then tap into some Social Heat. In Apple TV+’s new documentary “The Super Models,” Naomi Campbell discusses how being assertive as a Black woman affected her career and earning power. “It was hard to be an outspoken Black woman, and