• Alopecia Is No Joking Matter

    Apr 1, 2022, 4:50 a.m.

    For most women, their hair is their crowning glory. They take meticulously care of it making sure no one strand is out of place. Onlookers need not dare to touch it for fear of the backlash they would be sure to receive. Some women’s identity is even connected to their hair making it their crowning glory.
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  • The Biden Pick: Representation Matters

    Jan 28, 2022, 4:05 a.m.

    President Joe Biden made many promises to Americans on the campaign trail in 2020. One of which was to ensure that appointments he made would reflect the diverse nature of these united states. A more specific nod to diversify was his commitment to nominate an African American woman to the Supreme Court. With the announcement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement, President Biden is posed to stand by his word and make history while doing so.
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  • Judge Katanji Brown Jackson Answers Questions About Her Religious Beliefs, Sentencing Habits, and Dark Money During Day 2 of the SCOTUS Confirmation Hearing

    Mar 25, 2022, 4:52 a.m.

    During the afternoon portion of the hearing, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) attempted to bring decorum, asking Judge Jackson about the significance of her nomination. Judge Jackson offered that her appointment and having diversity on the bench allows the opportunity for role models. “I have received so many notes and letters and photos from little girls around the country who tell me that they are so excited for this opportunity,” Judge Jackson stated. “Because I am a woman, a Black woman, all of those things, people have said, have been really meaningful to them.”
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  • Misha McClure to Lead Digital Equity and Community Impact Programs As Comcast Houston's New Director of External Affairs

    Mar 7, 2022, 3:37 p.m.

    Misha McClure will lead the Comcast Houston region’s digital equity and community impact programs as the new Director of External Affairs.
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  • Blck Market Gives Black Business Owners A Place of Their Own

    Sep 24, 2021, 4 a.m.

    A true sign that something is valuable is if everyone is chasing it. That could not be truer for the all mighty dollar. Everyone wants some mean green especially the black community. With money comes power. The power to build your community up, shape the lives of those who live there, and set everyone on a path for success. Every opportunity to catch that dollar must be seized.
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  • Sixty-five Years Later & We Are Still Fighting to Vote

    Jan 14, 2022, 4 a.m.

    In 1957, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave an historic speech to advocate for the voting rights of African Americans in the United States. Calling the denial of African Americans’ right to vote a “tragic betrayal of the highest mandates of our democratic tradition,” Dr. King laid out what would happen if African Americans could vote. Below are excerpts from his “Give Us the Ballot” speech.
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  • The Biden Pick: Representation Matters

    Jan 28, 2022, 4:05 a.m.

    President Joe Biden made many promises to Americans on the campaign trail in 2020. One of which was to ensure that appointments he made would reflect the diverse nature of these united states. A more specific nod to diversify was his commitment to nominate an African American woman to the Supreme Court. With the announcement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement, President Biden is posed to stand by his word and make history while doing so.
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  • Houston Women Shine at the 75th Tony Awards

    Jun 17, 2022, 9:05 a.m.

    Roshanda Jones-Koumba, theater director at G. W. Carver Magnet High School, received the 2022 Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education. The Award is presented by the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University to honor. Educators who impact the lives of students. Roshanda Jones-Koumba states, “In theatre we accept all, so you’re not afraid to be yourself. And that gives you confidence to do anything you want, enables you to work with different people, and to be a better all-around person,” Jones-Koumba said. “Theatre is life. I’m very grateful to The Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University for this honor.”
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