Aldine ISD schools will be celebrating Black History Month throughout the month of February. In Aldine ISD, we will be using the month to reflect on the theme “Legacy.”
Many may not realize, but legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday was a big part of the Civil Rights Movement. In fact, her 1939 song about lynching, "Strange Fruit," made her a target of the FBI.
Even though "Black" history is "American" history, and should be celebrated year-round, the entire month of February is designated as the official month for people across the country to celebrate the accomplishments of a race of people who have been disenfranchised for generations.
There’s good news for Texas workers who need to reskill or upskill to get back into the workforce. Lone Star College has been awarded $750,000 by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) to provide financial assistance to Texas students to cover tuition and fees.
Texas Southern University (TSU) has been awarded funding totaling $4.75 million from Houston Endowment for several academic, arts and social justice initiatives.
On January 20, the country met - and fell in love - with Amanda Gorman, the nation's first-ever youth poet laureate, as she eloquently spoke of inspiration for a new America at the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
The solar energy industry is experiencing massive growth but is facing a severe shortage of skilled solar professionals. Lone Star College and RigUp have announced a partnership to provide free training for students interested in joining the growing renewable energy industry.
For one African American family in Houston, education plays a monumental role in their lives and in the lives of their children. Rev. Edwin A. Davis, Ed.D. and Charlotte J. Davis, Ph.D. have both had their own personal educational journeys.
To better grasp what’s currently going on, you should understand there are six elements that control the world, and the domino effect of occurrences that can happen when they’re disturbed.
Texas Southern University students made an appearance on the "TODAY" show while giving back to their community. Torian “Ian” Parker, a senior history major, and Khristopher Singletary, a sophomore computer science major, are volunteers at the Houston Food Bank and made a cameo appearance on the show Tuesday morning.