Arts

CW39 Houston Showcases Art by Aldine ISD Students

Ten students from Carver High School for Engineering, Applied Technology, and the Arts had their work featured the first week of June on the Morning Dose on CW39 Houston. Each week, the morning show features work from students across the Houston area on The Art Spot. AISD Students Featured on CW39 Houston Morning Dose The

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Pipeline

By TJ Baker Photo Credit: David Bray As a reference librarian, educator and a divorced parent with a good son, we sometimes think being good is just not good enough. This is especially true when your son’s hormones are trying to find peace within but can’t! Therefore his hormones are going everywhere. They are without

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The Ensemble: “Freeda Peoples”

By T.J. Baker HOUSTON – I’m embarrassed to say, that it’s been a few years since I’ve been to an Ensemble theater play.  I’ve had plenty of opportunities to go, but didn’t.  Well, when you run out of good lazy excuses, the only thing to do is to get your booty up and just go.

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Singin thru the Struggle…

Growing up wasn’t easy for De’Jamari, as his childhood was filled with many ups and downs. With an absentee father, his mother, grandmother and aunts collectively raised him. He expressed, “It wasn’t an easy road but, they made it work.”

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A Burning House

Moore is an activist who creates art to challenge White Supremacy in America. She also protests for African-American’s equality and social justice. Her exhibits are labeled as provocative, controversial and thought-provoking.

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Seven Houston Teachers, Houston Federation of Teachers File Lawsuit

An unprecedented lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas alleging that highly recognized, good teachers are receiving poor evaluations because of a grossly flawed value-added algorithm used to evaluate them.Seven Houston teachers and the Houston Federation of Teachers are contending that it must be changed.

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