A Political look at Texas Black History

Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the Harvard trained historian who brilliantly birthed the idea that led to the celebration of Black History month, believed that...

Back to the Basics With Women: “Remembering Where We Come From”

By Rebecca S. Jones Blessedness, strength and independence in the Black woman did not just begin in the formation of the United States of America....

The Postal Service Celebrates Black History Month Issuing a Forever Stamp Honoring Richard Allen,...

Marks the 39th Stamp in the Black Heritage Series PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Postal Service today kicked off the national observance of Black History...

Award Doris “Dorie” Miller the Medal of Honor

The effort to have the Medal of Honor posthumously awarded to Doris “Dorie” Miller has, in recent weeks, been joined by university presidents, mayors,...

Wolf Pack Riding Club:

“We Don’t Pack Fair” HOUSTON - Texas history and the implementation of trail riding are synonymous in their relationship to one another. Each year starting...

Overcoming Obstacles

Black History Over Time Through the Eyes of Roy Douglas Malonson By: Rebecca S. Jones PRAIRIE VIEW - Recently, Prairie View A&M University held a Black...

Mt. Hebron M.B.C. hosts Annual Black History Program

By: Rebecca S. Jones HOUSTON - Recently, the Mount Hebron Missionary Baptist Church (under the leadership of Pastor Max A. Miller, Jr.) held its Annual...

Worth of the Black Life

W.E.B. Dubois stated many years ago that,     “Some day the Awakening will come, when the pent-up vigor of ten million souls shall sweep irresistibly toward...

We are Still in Slavery!

Previously I sat and listened to a message that made plenty of sense about what is mainly happening in the Black communities. However, you...

Prairie View Trail Riders Association

Their Happy Trails Blazed Pathways of Respect and Historic Achievements for African-Americans Prairie View- Since 1957, the Prairie View Trail Riders Association has been active...