Blast From the Past or Future Trend?

BY: DARWIN CAMPBELL HOUSTON – Will setting up more special race-based “housing colonies” on college campuses start an avalanche of racial division and generational separatism across America? Education leaders at California State University of Los Angeles have jumped aboard that train agreeing to the demands of Black student groups at the school to establish separate…

Houston Chronicle Editorial Not Telling Whole Truth on Low Income Families “Move to Opportunity”

“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” Frederick Douglass “Pie in the Sky” Approach Risks Gutting Inner City Neighborhoods of Gems -Its Families…

Texas Women’s University Student Whitney Bracey breaks barriers in business, ballet and beyond

Jun. 22, 2016—Texas Woman’s University’s fashion student Whitney Bracey embodies today’s Texas woman.  She is an athlete and a fashionista, an entrepreneur and an advocate, an employee and a student, and she embraces each of these qualities and uses them to drive her passion to start a fashion company that is inclusive of all women.…

Sunny Smiles

Houston – With all the rain that has hit Houston lately, the sun is always shining at Sunny Smiles Publishing, which is owned by Publisher Katherine White. Katherine was an army brat growing up, and moved around a lot, but most of her life has been spent living in Houston. As a writer, White looked…