A huge congratulations is in order for Spike Lee, who has just made history, becoming the first African American jury president of the Cannes Film Festival in its 73-year history.
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON — A wise man once said, “Knowledge is power, and knowledge can be the difference between life or death.” We are a powerful people of many capabilities with that dollar in our hand, but we’re misguided on the impact of that dollar through strategic and decisive planning. Our people call for
Set your timers and get your walking shoes ready for the two Martin Luther King Jr. Day parades in Houston that will be celebrating the life and legacy of the legendary civil rights activist.
For our "Living Legend" this week, we honor world icon and Texas native George Foreman, who has been named grand marshal of Houston’s 42nd Annual “Original” Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade.
By: Ms. @NewsWitAttitude UNITED KINGDOM — Close your mouths and open the history books — actually getting a chance to rewrite them yet again — because Meghan Markle — the Duchess of Sussex – has just shaken the Royal Family to its core, snatching a red-headed prince and moving him out of the white privilege
New York Jets legend and Texas Southern University alumni Winston Hill was selected for entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
DALLAS — Prairie View A&M bowling sits atop the standings following day one of the Southwestern Athletic Conference West Bowling Roundup. The Panthers went 4-1 to open competition with freshman Patricia Rosales leading the charge, bowling four games of 200 or better to sit in first place with an average of 197 among individual players.
If there was ever any doubt about the continued greatness of Barack and Michelle Obama, here you go. The former president and first lady received their first Oscar nomination for their production company’s debut documentary.
By: Omowale Luthuli-Allen HOUSTON – As we prepare for the 2020 Dr. MLK holiday, let us tell the truth and shame the devil. When I was a young man, I had the opportunity to be in the presence of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King. No one ever noticed if
Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announced Wednesday that a grand jury has indicted two former Houston Police officers, known on the street as "Batman and Robin," for their roles in a botched narcotics raid in which two civilians were shot to death, and four officers wounded.