Posted on · A top Rice anthropologist is charting a new course for Black Women’s studies in science and technology through a convergence of African diaspora culture with a term the public had better start getting used to—Afrofuturism
Posted on · One of the last descendants of enslaved Africans who live along the coastal regions of Georgia says they have been fighting for years to preserve their unique culture, retain their indigenous traditions and prevent their precious land from being taken away from them
Posted on · I SEE U celebrates 50 years of one of the most influential and controversial films of its time
Posted on · I SEE U examines the mystique behind the late millionaire, Norris Herndon, as a disappearing family legacy looms before the public knows anything about them
Posted on · Oscar-nominated actress, Aunjanue Ellis, shares unguarded perspective on her profession, the media and what it means to be a Proud Mississippian
Posted on · Singer/songwriter and producer Alex Isley has been recording songs for a decade, but her signature R&B style remains unique, timeless and innovative – much like her musical family dynasty
Posted on · Principal tubist of the New Mexico Philharmonic and the Santa Fe Symphony, Richard Antoine White, shares his remarkable story of how his imagination saved his life
Posted on · An award-winning professor and acclaimed TV reporter examine ways in which the future of journalism is battling for the attention of the consumer, while at the same time, trying to earn the public’s trust
Posted on · Director Charise Castro Smith shares her unguarded thoughts on what the success of Disney’s ENCANTO means for other minorities who crave to tell their own stories
Posted on · Guitarist Tito Jackson reminisces about the Jackson 5, his latest solo project and how he’s on a quest to re-introduce the blues genre to a new generation of digital music lovers
Posted on · On Friday's show: Why the median cost for a house in Houston hit an all-time high last month along with a rise in rents, and how the mental health field can improve how it serves people of color.
Posted on · Acclaimed British actor David Harewood is featured in the first of a two-part series on Black mental health and how racial biases and discrimination are revealed in the treatment of mental illness
Posted on · On Friday's show: We discuss what recent inflation means for Houston-area consumers. And we mark the 30th anniversary of the end of the civil war in El Salvador and talk about what it means for Salvadorans who resettled here.
Posted on · A provocative look into the lack of racial and gender diversity in broadcast radio ownership, plus how discrimination and the isolation of certain minority groups still exist
Posted on · On Friday's show: The City of Houston's health authority Dr. David Persse joins us with answers. Also we learn how often asylum cases in Houston are denied, and we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.