Judge Elaine Marshall shares words of wisdom, messages of hope

Judge Elaine Marshall shares words of wisdom, messages of hope

"Never let anyone steal your peace, and never let anyone take your peace and turn it into pieces," is the advice Judge Elaine Marshall's aunt once gave her. Today, with the city of Houston filled with panicked residents - some cautiously locked away in their homes while others disregard health warnings - those words of wisdom seem to be a message that needs sharing.
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Living Legend: Craig A. Washington

Living Legend: Craig A. Washington

Craig A. Washington was born on October 12, 1941, in Longview, Texas. He attended Brock Elementary School in Houston, Fidelity Junior High School, then Fidelity Manor Senior High School in Galena Park from which he graduated in 1958. Some of his high school activities included membership in the Student Council, and participation on the track, football, basketball, tennis and band teams.
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Start caring, start loving: Cut the BS!

Start caring, start loving: Cut the BS!

here we are. Can you fathom a projection of 150,000 to 250,000 Americans dying from the virus? Polarization, grid lock at a time that requires concerted action. National CEO is calling the Governor of Maine a snake and distancing himself from the governor of Michigan. For weeks during the PANDEMIC it has been every state for itself and God for us all.
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H-E-B president to the community: ‘We are not going to run out, don’t hoard’

H-E-B president to the community: ‘We are not going to run out, don’t hoard’

With the panic of food shortages and the still questionable race to stock up on toilet paper sweeping the nation, H-E-B's Scott McClelland wants to reassure Texans that there are enough supplies to help us get through our shelter-in-place and social distancing initiatives as we all safely strive to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Bald, Black and Beautiful: Houston women share their stories

Bald, Black and Beautiful: Houston women share their stories

"I am not my hair!" is the bold statement Jo H. Golden told African-American News&Issues, and she's proving it. The gifted photographer turned the lens on herself, as she publicly chronicles one of the toughest fights of her life: battling Stage 3 breast cancer.
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You Must Understand! It’s time for a wakeup call

You Must Understand! It’s time for a wakeup call

One damn word that has the whole damn world up in arms, with people scrambling and scratching their heads over what to do next. While we curse the ground this pandemic is running across, we need to find a way to mobilize and take care of our families until the government gets this under control, but the key to survival starts with us.
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