Posted on · Experts weigh in on the impact of women in recent history and how the pandemic highlighted discrimination that women face every day.
Posted on · HPM, University of Houston and KTSU Produce Series of Original Programming The Black Church in Houston
Posted on · Houston Public Media will broadcast the Houston Defender Network’s State of BLACK TEXAS event on News 88.7 (NPR for Greater Houston) Feb. 11 and Feb. 28.
Posted on · Community members and elected officials have asked the school district to rebury the remains at the site where they were discovered a year ago.
Posted on · Martin's piece "The Dinner Table" is her latest attempt to showcase a range of black identities to spark conversation.
Posted on · Houston Matters visits the Rites of Passage exhibit at Texas Southern University.
Posted on · Research suggests that African-American and Latino children with autism are diagnosed later in life because of healthcare provider bias and families' lack of access to care, among other reasons
Posted on · Opioid overdose deaths among middle-aged black men have increased 245 percent in the past three years in Washington, D.C.
Posted on · “Adultification” of African-American girls means they’re seen as less innocent than white peers
Posted on · Rebuilding the Wortham may cost as much as $60 million. The Alley Theater — a nationally renowned resident theater — suffered a similar fate
Posted on · From a doctor, to a patient, to an activist -- Houston HIV/AIDS pioneers share their personal stories on this Worlds AIDS Day.
Posted on · The Buffalo Soldiers National Museum honors black soldiers killed in a riot a hundred years ago here in Houston. A historical marker commemorates a riot at Camp Logan, a World War I training facility where Memorial Park is now. The racial atmosphere was toxic in 1917. James Hedge is with the VA office in Houston.
Posted on · (Above: One of many University of Houston student projects related to The Great Migration of African Americans from the South to large cities during the 20th century. Photo Courtesy: University of Houston/Flickr) Students from the University of Houston and Texas Southern University recently collaborated to produce an exhibit on the Great Migration — the historical […]
Posted on · The citizens who live in the area have reached out to their mayor, but they say she won’t respond.
Posted on · The city of Houston is in a housing crisis, according toÂ Tom McCasland, director of the City of Houstonâs Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD). He explains why. And then we hear from one of the many nonprofits the city partners with to address this issue –Â the Houston Area Urban League (HAUL). Next year, […]