Bricks & Brotherhood: The Struggle to Save, Respect Black History in Freedmen’s Town

by Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues HOUSTON– Nothing is more important than saving Black history and the Freedmen’s Town Preservation Coalition means business when it comes to telling the city and officials about saving the remaining elements of the Black settlement. “There is one thing about history, once it is gone, it is difficult to replace,”…

Our “Man Downtown” Heats Up The Reparations Debate; Urges Blacks to Wake Up

  “The United States of America is derelict in its promise to “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” to African American people. That dereliction has caused 400 years of significant wealth to millions and significant suffering to the descendants of those enslaves Africans who built this country is satisfied with monetary and substantial reparations…

Community Health Clinics Awarded Funds

HOUSTON– Recently, Congressman Al Green called representatives from South Central Care Community Health Center, the Harris County Hospital District, and the Asian American Health Coalition of the Greater Houston Area to congratulate them on being awarded grants to assist Texans in enrolling in the new Health Insurance Marketplaces and receive quality health care services. “These…