What You Need To Know About The Upcoming Oscars

From performers, presenters to nominees, Caribpress details what to expect at the 91st annual Academy Awards which takes place this Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood.

Ebola virus still a concern in parts of Africa

As of 19 February, 848 EVD cases2 (783 confirmed and 65 probable) have been reported, of which 7% (485) were female and 30% (258) were children aged less than 18 years.

Chairman of Bullet Train Project Resigns

Richard’s stepping down from his position was a long time coming, Assembly Transportation Committee Chairman Jim Frazier called on him to resign in November.

“Jussie Smollett is now officially classified as a suspect in a criminal investigation,” says Chicago PD

Jussie lawyers, however, continue to deny he had any role in his attack.

Third Time’s The Charm for PAFF Award Winner Julius Amedume

His latest drama which stars Jimmy Jean-Louis, Jack Coleman and Kathleen McClellan received a Pan African Film Festival Award.

Bernie Sanders announces second run for Presidency

Sanders officially announced his plans for a second campaign for president, despite losing the Democratic nomination in 2016 to Hillary Clinton.

The Los Angeles City Council backs`Green New Deal’

The national resolution sets a goal for the country to get 100 percent of its power through renewable energy by 2030.

Chicago Police say Jussie Smollett may have rehearsed the “orchestrated” attack

“At the present time, Jussie and his attorneys have no inclination to respond to ‘unnamed’ sources inside of the investigation, but will continue discussions through official channels,” the statement continued.

AAFCA talks with Black creative executives in Hollywood

In a panel moderated by AAFCA founder/president Gil Robertson, the event will explore the roles of Tendo Nagenda and Alana Mayo, two major Black creative executives in Hollywood.

ADIFF’s Black History Month Program includes a screening of ‘Barrow, Freedom Fighter’

The film tells the story of The Right Excellent Errol Walton Barrow who successfully led Barbados to independence on November 30th, 1966.

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