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: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON – It’s not a good time to be a Houston sports fan—perhaps…. From seeing the Houston Texans lead by 24 points before halftime, to end up losing by 20 at the end of the game; then, to hear the Houston Astros fired general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch for
It was a special moment for many African Americans in Houston six years ago when the Martin Luther King Jr. statue was unveiled at MacGregor Park, with more than 3,000 people turning out to witness the event.
Simone Biles had an astonishing year of breaking records, out-flipping the competition and, again, proving that Black girls do rock! What more can we say about Houston’s “golden” princess?
'Tis the season of giving - all year long - especially when there is a community in need, a family who cares and values of giving back instilled across generations.
HOUSTON – A look back at the century of life experienced by Dr. Thomas F. Freeman, a man who has shaped the narrative of Black youth of every decade since the fifties on the campus of Texas Southern University (TSU), where he started as a philosophy professor in 1949 and went on to found the historic
Houston Community College is celebrating the grand opening of its new virtual reality lab at the HCC West Loop campus.
Airbnb joined the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Houston Dec. 3 to announce its newest regional partnership, designed to create economic empowerment opportunities for underserved communities.