If anyone ever truly got real with Donald Trump, they'd explain to him that the nail was put in his presidential coffin when this nation had to bury George Floyd, Breanna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the 270,000 Americans who died due to COVID-19. Not once, and for not one of them, has the president stood up and said "enough is enough" denouncing the acts or afflictions that killed the innocent.
There is good news for some Houstonians struggling to make ends meet during this pandemic. The Houston City Council this month approved for stimulus checks to be issued to qualifying applicants.
If there was ever more of a need to stress the importance of hunkering down this winter, it is now, because Texas has become the first state to surpass a million Coronavirus cases in the United States last week, as the country battled a third wave of new infections and recorded over 100,000 infections three times in less than a week.
The Houston Independent School District Board of Trustees declined Thursday to select Interim Superintendent Dr. Grenita Lathan to serve as the district's permanent leader.
On November 10, 1920, 100 years ago, baby girl Maloney Coates was born in the great state of Texas.
A county that made headlines could soon be making history, if Cedric Watson has anything to say about it. On Nov. 3, if Watson's mission is accomplished, he will become the first Black sheriff of Waller County, and he says it's time for a change.
We are nearing the end of a historic election year, in the middle of a pandemic and people are losing jobs left and right. African Americans have been among the hardest hit, many not having “nest eggs” or savings to get them through these critical times, and when things began to normalize again – or as close as we can get to it -- smarter money management skills will be high on the priority list.
Early voting has begun in many states across America, and to date, nearly 35 million people have cast their votes, breaking records from state-to-state. And Texas was no exception, flooding the polls on the first day of early voting - Oct. 13 - and have not taken the foot off the gas pedal since. Here are some safety tips and resources you should take advantage of.
You were born with a label that you take for granted these days. Today, you are “John’s son,” or “Ella’s daughter,” but for those who were born generations before you, many were born as “Property of Slave Owners.”
In Houston, George Floyd’s hometown, city leaders unveiled a mural encouraging people to "Be the Change" and "Vote” for a better tomorrow.