On Feb. 26, the 2024 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Tournament will kick off for the fourth time in ...
By Ben Jealous With the start of Black History Month, I brace myself for the mis-telling of Black History yet again. In ...
B “From Addiction to Deliverance,” a highly acclaimed stage play by Ursula Battle, returns to Baltimore for encore ...
The prostate gland is making big headlines. This month O.J. Simpson received a prostate cancer diagnosis, while Secretary of ...
By Svante Myrick A little over a year ago, the College Board unveiled its long-awaited draft AP African American Studies curriculum. What happened next was sad — and all too […] ...
By Helen Bezuneh, At the age of 12, Wally Amos moved to Harlem, N.Y. to live with his Aunt Della, who never failed to fill ...
By Sabreen Dawud, As a clothing designer and style expert with over 40 years in the fashion industry, Cedi Johnson, of Cedi ...
Michael Thurmond thought he was reading familiar history at the burial place of Georgia’s colonial founder. Then a single sentence […] ...
Nigerians are facing one of the West African nation’s worst economic crises in years triggered by surging inflation, the ...
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, tmcqueen@afro.com Members of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland (LBCM) ...
A suspended magistrate judge in Pennsylvania shot her estranged boyfriend in the head as he slept last weekend, police said […] ...
B This year, perhaps more than ever, we need to be especially mindful of Black history. This is a time of banning books from local libraries–especially […] ...