When Political Satire is No Longer Funny: The Houston Chronicle Makes a Major Error

Although I am unsure how the recent political cartoon run in The Houston Chronicle should be termed, however, one thing is certain, the decision-makers for that periodical are glaringly absent in myriad ways — judgment, cultural sensitivity, historical literacy, and the list goes on and on, and on and on. I must applaud the vigilance…

We MUST Understand: We Should Pick Our Leaders!

[dropcap color=”#000000″ font=”0″]J[/dropcap]ohn Quincy Adams, once shared, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” I could not agree with this thought more. As it is, too many members of our community allow the media and various other outlets infiltrate their minds with images…

“Reclaiming, Reframing & Rebuilding Acres Home”

AHCBED 26th Annual Awards Banquet By: Rebecca S. Jones HOUSTON – Reclaiming, Reframing and Rebuilding Acres Home was the theme of the evening as politicians, activists, community members, pastors, small business owners, educational figures and many others recently gathered in the banquet hall of the Beulah Ann Shepard Building to attend the Acres Home Chamber…

Shooting Raises More Questions About Police Killing Blacks; Protest to Vent Anger and Rage Over The Killing of 93-Year Old Black Women in Hearne

Darwin Campbell, African-American News&Issues HEARNE-What would prompt a trigger happy, “bully” cop to shoot down and kill a 93-year old grandmother in cold blood? Pearlie Golden was a sweet woman known to most people of this predominantly black community as “Miss Sully.” Now she is dead. WHY? New Black Panther Nation and New Black Muslims…