Posted on · A Houston family fed up with racism in America moves to West Africa but for how long? This episode is an encore of the June 5th, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · A Houston family fed up with racism in America moves to West Africa but for how long?
Posted on · Chris Field is the Founder and Executive Director of The Mercy Project, a non-profit working in Ghana to prevent kids from being trafficked into labor in small fishing villages. Field was born in Houston but found his way to College Station where, at 19, he ran for mayor. Later, he started a summer camp, and […]
Posted on · The Hazlewood Act in Texas provides veterans (and some children of veterans) exemptions from some tuition and fee charges at public colleges and universities here. It’s awarded regardless of financial need. But historically, it has required the veteran to be a resident of Texas at enlistment. That wasn’t the case for Keith Harris. He enlisted […]
Posted on · A new documentary about the oil industry is screening this week in Houston. âBig Menâ gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at how billion-dollar oil deals are made both at home and abroad. Houston Mattersâ Michael Hagerty had a chance to talk with one of the ‘big men” featured in the film, a Houstonian who helped […]