Extra Scrutiny for Politicians Nothing New, Not Necessarily Witch-Hunt

Extra Scrutiny for Politicians Nothing New, Not Necessarily Witch-Hunt

(Todd A. Smith) Former President Donald Trump has used the term witch-hunt so often that alleged criminals like Sean “Diddy” Combs have started using it… Magazine Topics: Robert L. Santos, Director of Census Bureau, Participates in Roundtable with Houston Ethnic Media Stop Comparing Violent BLM Protestors to

Read more

Houston Student Activists Speak Out Against Israel’s Hamas Offensive

Houston Student Activists Speak Out Against Israel’s Hamas Offensive

Protests have erupted around the world because of the Israel-Hamas war. Although tragic error (a recent military strike accidentally killed dozens of innocent Palestinians) to… Magazine Topics: What Democrat, Republican Political Figures Say About Search Warrant on Mar-a-Lago, Trump President Biden Pardons First African-American Secret Service Agent

Read more

Calls Grow For Biden to Pardon Former Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby

Calls Grow For Biden to Pardon Former Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby

President Joe Biden (right) is facing pressure to pardon former Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby. “Put an end to this modern-day witch hunt and immediately pardon… Magazine Topics: Fewer African-Americans Incarcerated, But More Work Needed Crime Rates Decrease Across Country in 2023 Despite Americans Believing Opposite Democrat, GOP

Read more

Possible Reparations for Enslavement of African-Americans Continues to Make News

Possible Reparations for Enslavement of African-Americans Continues to Make News

Reparations for the descendants of enslaved African-Americans continues to be a hot political topic. In California, reparations for the descendants of enslaved African-Americans recently cleared… Magazine Topics: Black Farmers Proving Discrimination Can Make Claims for Piece of $2.2 Billion Loan Payment Pie Herschel Walker Disputes Abortion Claims,

Read more

Texas State Rep. Gene Wu a Drum Major for Fairness, Unity

Texas State Rep. Gene Wu a Drum Major for Fairness, Unity

Texas state Rep. Gene Wu (left) and former state Rep. Sylvester Turner (right), who later served as mayor of Houston, discuss business during the 2015… Magazine Topics: Supreme Court Decision Ends Affirmative Action at Colleges Legislation 2021 Regal Kings of the Year: HBCU Athletes, Coaches Revitalizing Black

Read more

Democrat, GOP Leaders Create Task Force Combining DEA, FBI and Local PD to Tackle Murder, Drug Trafficking Problem in Jackson, Miss.

Democrat, GOP Leaders Create Task Force Combining DEA, FBI and Local PD to Tackle Murder, Drug Trafficking Problem in Jackson, Miss.

The FBI has joined forces with the DEA and Jackson Police Department to combat homicides and drug trafficking in Mississippi’s capital city. Division often comes… Magazine Topics: Crime Rates Decrease Across Country in 2023 Despite Americans Believing Opposite Special Counsel Appointed to Investigate Biden, Classified Documents California

Read more

Winter Preparedness: Are Houstonians Ready for Stormy Weather?

Winter Preparedness: Are Houstonians Ready for Stormy Weather?

Leaders from civic organizations met with leaders from Houston ethnic media companies on Jan. 30 to discuss winter preparedness. The lyrics to the classic blues… Magazine Topics: Can Electoral Count Act Reform Prevent Another Jan. 6? Fewer African-Americans Incarcerated, But More Work Needed It’s Hell Being Poor

Read more