Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee has always been a hands-on leader for the people of Houston, but these days, she can be seen front and center at community events and press conferences, leading the charge in demanding more testing in the fight against COVID-19.
By: N.L. Preston HOUSTON – As he has for the last 30 years, Troy Finner continues to “beat the streets” of Houston, and one thing is for certain, the executive assistant chief of the Houston Police Department has not been “beaten by the streets,” and is on a mission to help the city win the
Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee in partnership with Trinity United Methodist Church, Sr. Pastor Ed C Jones, III is hosting a FREE Food Distribution Day on Saturday April 18, courtesy of the Houston Food Bank.
Houston media pioneer Jose Grinan speaks on being Black and Latino, stresses education, community service and awareness during these historic times “First off, I’m a Black man and I am Latino. I am Afro-Latino.” — Jose Grinan HOUSTON — FOX 26 anchor Jose Grinan, who was recently honored by the Houston Association of Black Journalists,
I am told that at the NAACP Banquet on Friday night, October 25, one of the speakers said that all Preachers had sold out, politically. I personally question and challenge this statement because he does not know all the Preachers, and he does not know me. Yes, this speaker sounds like a plantation, handkerchief southern