HCC Energy Institute filling Oil & Gas Labor Shortage Gap with Trained Technicians

As Texas continues to be a top producer of crude oil, the demand for skilled workers in the industry increasingly grows.  The Houston Community...

Commencement Convocation Features an African-American Billionaire Asset Manager and Showcases Austin’s Oldest Institution of...

African-American billionaire asset manager Robert F. Smith inspired Huston-Tillotson University’s 2014 graduating class with seven jewels for success at the recent conferring of degrees...

Keeping the Promises of Brown Vs. Board of Education Amidst New Age of Inequality...

HOUSTON-It was wise King Solomon who said “There is nothing new under the sun”. That is true when it comes to a review of...

Serving the Needs of Children is Top Priority

By: Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues “A life-long blessing for children is to fill them with warm memories of times together. Happy memories become treasures in the...

HCC New Chancellor Takes Helm and Vows to Take College to Next Excellence Level

By: Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues Dr. Cesar Maldonado took the helm as Chancellor of Houston Community College and stated his commitment to new levels of academic...

2014 Statewide HEB Excellence in Education Awards Recepients

HOUSTON- Recently, H-E-B announced statewide winners of the 13th annual H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards during a banquet at Houston’s Royal Sonesta Hotel. At...

NAACP Houston Demands Equity and Accountability for the Education of Minority Students in Houston

HOUSTON-The NAACP Houston Branch on behalf of a broad based community coalition filed an Original Petition for Injunctive Relief and...

TSU Music Department Impresses in Atlanta

Representatives from the TSU music department carried Tiger Pride to Atlanta at the 10th anniversary convention of the Historical Black Colleges and Universities National...

Education for African-Americans….Did You Know

The education of African-American children during the late period of slavery, after 1800, was sporadic and unreliable in Texas as in other Southern states....

Why is HISD Superintendent Terry Grier and His School Board Ignoring the Black Community’s...

Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues HOUSTON-When it comes to HISD justifying the closing of schools in predominantly Black neighborhoods, it contended that its own enrollment and...