PRAIRIE VIEW – The Waller County Commissioners Court voted to allow the Willie A. Tempton, Sr. Memorial Student Center to serve as the official polling location in Precinct 3 for all elections. Early voting will still be held at the Coleman-Kemp-Smith Community Center on FM 1098 where voting was held previously. “This decision is a major victory for our students.
Photo Credit: Rebecca S. Jones HOUSTON – Recently, 103-year-old United States veteran, Maxie Sanford was laid to rest at the Houston National Cemetery. Mr. Sanford was premiered as our featured story in the edition dated May 27-June 3. Mr. Sanford was born May 10, 1910. He was inducted into the United States Army on June 1, 1943. He served in
HOUSTON – The members of Little Union Missionary Baptist Church located at 6609 Letcher, 77028 recently celebrated their Pastor & Wife’s 7th Appreciation Services. Local ministers, members and friends all came together to worship as the members offered words of encouragement and uplifted Pastor and Lady Henry Fields. Pastor Theophilus O. Berry of Greater True Light Missionary Baptist Church delivered
Photos and Story by: Salim K. T. Adofo National Vice Chairperson, NBUF HOUSTON – The National Black United Front (NBUF) convened the 16th Annual, Sankofa Caravan to the Ancestors on the shores of Galveston TX, where enslaved Africans were once brought to the US. This years Sankofa Caravan honored NBUF Founders Baba Seydou N’Joya and Baba Jitu Weusi and former
Photo Credit: Marc Newsome HOUSTON – Houston Arts Alliance along with partners Houston Museum of African-American Culture recently produced the first-ever official Houston SLAB Parade and Family Festival recently at McGregor Park. This family-friendly event celebrated SLABs, a vehicle art form that originated in the African-American neighborhoods of Houston, Texas. There were more than 4,000 people in attendance. Even Houston