Posted on · On Monday's show: Details on the city’s new solar co-op, a unique book shows what life was like for African Americans in Houston 50 years after emancipation, and the latest developments in Houston sports.
Posted on · Real estate investor Chris Senegal’s townhomes target young professionals who care about the community.
Posted on · Many reject the official assessments that the recent hangings of mostly African Americans were suicides.
Posted on · While other cities are seeing riots, things have been much calmer in America’s fourth largest city – and it’s not a new phenomenon.
Posted on · Some of the people who live near the future Ion are worried about what could be lost, as this segment of the historically African American Third Ward is gentrified.
Posted on · The Texas Public Policy Foundation held a black entrepreneurship event in Houston.
Posted on · For the past five years, Tamala Austin sold her health juice out of her home, then Whole Foods came knocking.
Posted on · The host of Pod Save the People discusses his new book, "On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope."
Posted on · They say State District Judge Michael McSpadden showed contempt toward African Americans
Posted on · African American migrants found lots of opportunity in their new cities, but they also found hardship in the workplace that still persists today.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn about a DOJ lawsuit against the City of Houston. UH Chancellor Renu Khator answers your questions. We learn how the Great Migration helped and hurt African Americans. And a concert combines classical music with elements of a murder mystery.
Posted on · We learn about the stories, accomplishments, and challenges of African Americans in the Olympics from nine-time gold medalist Carl Lewis and Dr. Billy Hawkins from the University of Houston’s Department of Health and Human Performance.
Posted on · How has the relationship between African-Americans and Houston law enforcement changed since 2016?
Posted on · Olivewood Cemetery is an historic African-American burial site in a part of Houston once known as Chaneyville. Until a few years ago, it was largely forgotten and overgrown.
Posted on · A pair of political scientists were asked by the Justice Department to determine how many Texans lack the documents required to vote