A NEW DAY FOR HOUSTON EDUCATION

Superintendent Seeks to Restore Trust, Protect History, Reduce Targeting of African-American Students, Communities HOUSTON- As Richard A. Carranza takes over the reigns as the news...

The Diamond of Acres Home: Jewell Houston Academy Celebrates 10 Years of Academic Excellence

A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold. - Proverbs 22:1 By Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues Cover...

What if the Original Santa were Black?

HOUSTON - After a long trip from the North Pole, Santa Claus is back in town and he has brought a dab of his...

Charleston church shooting: 9 ‘killed because they were black,’ official says

MURDER IN CHARLESTON Nine people, including the pastor, were killed by a gunman, described as a white male in his early 20s, who is still...

LIFE AFTER FOOTBALL: Former Players Turned Business & Education Leaders Say “The Real Buck...

“One day you’re a football player...and the next day you’re not.” Former NFL Player Chad Brown CONROE- Football players face a difficult and harsh reality when...

The New Chief in Town

Dr. Cynthia Wilson, the former superintendent of Orangeburg, South Carolina’s Consolidated School District #5, is now the Dallas Independent School District’s new Chief of...

It’s Still Alive!

By Rebecca S. Jones HOUSTON - Years before 1983, when President Ronald Reagan first signed into law, the third Monday of January in each year...

Education, Black Males, and the Need for Good Teachers

By: Chelsea Davis-Bibb, M.Ed. Houston-Education plays an important role when it comes to shaping our future, and it is very important that our youth is...

TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION

Oral History Project Could Hold Key to Healing The Generational Impacts of Racial Wounds “We are still conditioning people in this country and, indeed, all...