Posted on · The faces of therapy are changing as communities of color seek out more trustworthy, relatable support services for mental health wellness and spiritual mind treatment. This episode is an encore of the January 21, 2022 broadcast.
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 · The faces of therapy are changing as communities of color seek out more trustworthy, relatable support services for mental health wellness and spiritual mind treatment
Posted on · The "Godmother of Chicana literature" discusses her latest work, the value of solitude, travel, and more.
Posted on · Stereotypes of Latinos created a century ago still paint how entertainment media depicts Latinos today. While smaller publishing houses are avenues for Latino creatives, major film and book publishers still hold up walls.
Posted on · While Republican presidential candidates have historically earned as much as half of the Texas Latino vote, recent polling data shows that less than 20% of Texas Latinos said they would vote for President Trump in 2020.
Posted on · The multi-day event features themes driven by women and artists of color.
Posted on · The growing Latino population supports both conservative and progressive ideas and policies.
Posted on · Congresswomen-elect Sylvia Garcia (Houston/TX-29) and Veronica Escobar (El Paso/TX-16) are the first Latina women from Texas to ever be elected to the House of Representatives.
Posted on · As Harris County Judge, 27-year-old Hidalgo will preside over a male-dominated commissioners court and approve the annual county budget in the third largest county in the country.
Posted on · Less than 1 percent of Houston's foundation, state and federal arts funds went to Latino groups from 2010 to 2015.
Posted on · Latinos have a 46 percent chance of finding a genetic match for a bone marrow transplant - for Caucasians that number jumps to 77 percent
Posted on · Surrounded by two major highways, the ship channel and a Valero Refinery, residents of this Southeast Houston community breathe in air polluted by a number of different contaminants
Posted on · The Houston poet reads a poem that transcends the pain of illness.