U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Foster Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Timothy Tyrone Foster, an African-American male, convicted by an all-White jury of attacking Queen Madge White, a 79-year-old widow and former school teacher in Rome Georgia. Foster is accused of breaking “…into White’s home…(breaking) her jaw…sexually molest(ing) her with a salad dressing bottle, and strangl(ing) her…

June Monthly Business Networking Luncheon

As June approaches we are eagerly preparing for our next luncheon. Please take a moment to view the invitation to the June Business Luncheon and Sponsorship Package. (Click on the hyperlinks above to download forms) (Click here to rsvp by email) June Monthly Business Networking Luncheon Date:                 Thursday, June 2, 2016 Time:                  11:00 a.m. –…

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Issues Official Proclamation Recognizing  July 18, as Go DJ Awards Day

HOUSTON, Texas – In anticipation of Houston’s largest music and entertainment awards show, Mayor Sylvester Turner has proclaimed that the city will observe July 18 as Go DJ Awards Day. The awards show, now in its third year, showcases the best in Houston’s music and pays tribute to local business and civic leaders. CLICK HERE…

Gifted Humanitarian who has changed lives of over 400k students, receives a prestigious college honorary degree.

National College Resources Foundation and Black College Expo Founder receives an honorary doctorate DIAMOND BAR, CA  – Virginia University of Lynchburg has bestowed Dr. Theresa Randle-Price, with an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters during their 126th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 7, 2016.  Dr. Randle-Price’s foundation has worked with many collegiate partners, including historical black…

Harris County Commissioner Gene L. Locke Calls for Jail Reform, Demands Answers and Immediate Action from Sheriff Ron Hickman

Harris County Commissioner Gene L. Locke said today he is stunned to hear about the recent inmate deaths in the Harris County Jail, including four who died since May 2015 following assaults or head trauma. “Any in-custody death is unacceptable, and to hear that four people died while in jail awaiting trial in Harris County…