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On Wednesday, June 7th  participants in the University of Baltimore School of Law (UBL)'s Charles Hamilton Houston Scholars Program heard remarks from former Tuskegee Airman Dr.... [Read More]
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: A review of some of the top news stories of the week directly from the pages of the AFRO,... [Read More]
Contact: Ms. Christina Flowers, Homeless Advocate & Radio Talk Show Host (410) 905-4543   Prominent Homeless Advocate, Ms. Christina Flowers is mobilizing community members to... [Read More]
June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, honoring the 1969 Stonewall riots in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City. These... [Read More]
If you're a woman of a certain age living in the District and receiving Medicaid benefits, don't be surprised if AmeriHealth Caritas District of Columbia... [Read More]
At 68 years old, Paul Reggie Bryant can finally call himself a high school graduate. On June 10, Bryant was one of 26 students to... [Read More]
Dozens of activists recently visited the U.S. Congress in support of legislation that promotes statehood for Washington, D.C. Stand Up! for Democracy Executive Director Anise... [Read More]
Baltimore native Dr. Brandon Rogers, a 29-year old breakout singing star from, "America's Got Talent," was killed in a car accident last weekend in Maryland. According... [Read More]
A man has been charged in the death of his 5-month-old son according to Baltimore Police. Perry Nelson-Johnson, 31, of the 1600 block of North... [Read More]
Lawyers representing students and alumni from Maryland's four HBCU's ended last week's HBCU Equity Trial with powerful arguments justifying the methods and costs to dismantle... [Read More]
Listen at WEAA Live Stream: We'll continue our series of conversations on violence and homicide in Baltimore, with an eye on solutions as we... [Read More]
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recently joined former Mayor Anthony Williams, Councilmember David Grosso, Library Executive Director Richard Reyes-Gavilan, Board of Library Trustees President Gregory McCarthy... [Read More]
The inaugural "Freedom Happens Now" 5k race will support victims of modern-day slavery at a time when sex and labor trafficking are on the rise... [Read More]
More than 150 Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle Schooll students took home brand new bicycles June 8 in recognition of their perfect attendance for the entire... [Read More]
The path to the National Football League is a long and arduous journey, but Levern Jacobs wouldn't have it any other way. The former Suitland... [Read More]
The Rev. Dr. Derek Grier, founding pastor of Grace Church in Dumfries, Va., teaches his sons to make their own paths in life and not... [Read More]
The idea of racial hatred and violence against people of color for millions of Americans were believed to be vestiges of a tragic era in... [Read More]
A candlelight vigil for Dr. Rosetta Stith, a charismatic and tireless advocate for the education of teenage mothers, will be held June 16 at 7:30 p.m.,... [Read More]
The District of Columbia has had a rash of hate crimes within its borders in recent months and city leaders and residents are determined to... [Read More]
In the wake of the fatal stabbing of, Richard Collins III, a Black student on the College Park campus of the University of Maryland, by... [Read More]
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