To encourage students to think about fall registration during the sunny days of summer, LSC-North Harris is hosting a weekly prize drawing for students who register for fall courses during June and July. The lucky students’ prize will be a pair of LSC-North Harris branded sunglasses, because their future is so bright, they’re going to need shades.
Lone Star College-Houston North and Comcast’s Houston Region have announced a business partnership to provide free internet access to approximately 200 LSC-Houston North students and families in need. The new agreement will ensure these students can continue their education through the school’s distance learning offerings as many in-person options are on hiatus.
The Thomas H. Routt Scholarship Fund in upholding the legacy of the late Judge Thomas H. Routt has awarded $1,000 each in grants to Caleb J. James of North Shore High School and Jacob H. Boyd of Shadow Creek High School for 2020.
There is currently a roiling debate in the United States over whether police departments should be disbanded and replaced with civic structures that better serve their communities.
destroyed Blacks for generations. Enough is enough! And for anyone who is in favor of placing the Confederate statue in HMAAC, I feel you need to read the "Mis-Education of the Negro," by Carter G. Woodson. If you did, you would see just how many of us are still trapped in a slave mentality.
Did the little sister just accuse the ancestors of being cowards and wimps, fading and withering before oppression? Did she know about how our ancestors fought back during the red summer of 1919? Did she know that our ancestors jumped overboard from the slave ships into the jaws of sharks? Did she know that that between 1865 and 1910 that there were 3500 recorded lynching’s of black people in the US?
We'd love to tell you "Happy" Father's Day, but in today's day and age, we feel the need to just say "Congratulations, you've made it another year." In the words of Charles S. Dutton in the movie Menace 2 Society, "the HUNT is on."
KNOW YOUR HISTORY: Or what one legend says is true, claiming the first "Statue of Liberty" was modeled after a black woman and had African features. In addition, the point of the statue was not to honor immigrants but rather to commemorate the abolition of slavery in America, in particular the service of black Union soldiers in the Civil War. The statue carried broken chains to symbolize emancipation.
Gianna had the 6-year-old smile of Ms. America and Ms. Black America. She was held close to the bosom of her ridiculously beautiful mom. I do not care if her statement was rehearsed or not. From the mouth of a babe, the statement became a clarion call for resistance to evil, especially when evil is cloaked under a blue suit and a vow to serve and protect.
In this day of "a change is gonna come," businesses are finally starting to take ownership of the racial stereotypes of which some of them have been operating. It is now time to say goodbye to "Aunt Jemima" and "Uncle Ben."