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Could Miami’s Kaaya be the Redskins’ heir apparent at quarterback?

Jae Alan



The NFL draft is 38 days away and there is plenty of speculation as to what players the Redskins will select to wear the burgundy and gold. Between now and the draft we’ll look at some of the players who might be of interest to the Redskins and discuss how they might fit in Washington.

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Please Support the Afro-American Newspaper

Jae Alan



News publications all across this country are struggling to survive,  the Afro-American Newspaper as well finds itself struggling to adjust to the changing times.  The Afro has no doubt been one of the most vibrant sources of news and information in the black community since 1892.  You can play an integral part in its ultimate revival as a vital and competitive institution for news and media by simply purchasing a $20 subscription of its e-Edition or a $60 subscription of its e-Edition and print newspaper.  The newspaper’s goal for the year is 10,000 new subscribers.

Please help the Afro reach its goal and  preserve one of the most influential resources of our time.   Go to today.

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Black Panther film inspires celebration of all things Africa

Jae Alan



As Marvel’s latest film Black Panther continues to blow box-office predictions out of the water, the film has also been instrumental in bringing African culture to the fore.

Starring Chadwick Boseman and a stellar cast that includes Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o and Angela Bassett, the superhero film is an Afrofuturistic vision – where science fiction and fantasy are infused with cultures of the African diaspora.

While the setting of Wakanda is a fictional country, it draws on plenty of real-life influences from African cultures around the continent, from the ritual scarring on Erik Killmonger’s ripped body, which originates from tribes in Ethiopia; to the Zulu headdresses predominantly worn in South Africa, seen on Queen Mother Ramonda.

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Anacostia Events

Jazz Brunch featuring Karen Lovejoy March 11, 3-5PM FREE

Jae Alan



In performance the Lovejoy name rings true. Her warm stage presence and harmonious tone resonates a kind of joy that leaves the music always hopeful. Karen knows that the blues is an integral part of jazz and will frequently add a twist of down home blues to her repertoire. Lovejoy has produced a number of original tunes including the title cut for the groups latest CD, Spellbound.
Have brunch at Capitol Hill Crabcakes in Anacostia Arts Center then enjoy the music for free!

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