By Brian Lopez Over the last two years, Texas’ public education system has been through the wringer, from shifting to online classes and debates about making masks mandatory to the […]
Camp Exposure, powered by Vista Bank, held its NFL-style combine training camp for 100 underserved high school athletes at Highland Park’s Highlander Stadium on July 8th – 10th, with personal […]
Dr. Opal Lee, “The Grandmother of Juneteenth” will be recognized by the Church of the Living God (3711 Biglow St., Dallas, TX 75216. Temple #145, Sunday, July 17, 2022, at 3:00 […]
By Lena Foster Black women and men, with an array of differing hairstyles, not only stepped at The Bun Ministry 2.0: Officially Crowned event, but they slayed far past any […]
The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas is debuting two new mobile units, unveiling the first this summer called the Tech Hub. It’s an interactive STEM lab and gaming truck aimed to […]
CEO & Founder Michael V. Ledo saw an opportunity to help out athletes and he has the background to back it up.
The Camp Exposure Football Invitational (“Camp Exposure”) is a free, all-inclusive, three-day overnight football camp specifically curated for under-represented high school athletes. The highly anticipated event returns for its third annual installment from July 8-10th with on-the-field […]
Photo Credits: Eryon Jefferson How many people do you know that have started a college or school in your community? How many do you know who are African-American? Chances are that […]
I had the opportunity to attend the screening and panel discussion for Boss; The Black Experience in Business, a PBS documentary detailing the racism and hate crimes frequently weaponized to hold Black business owners back and how they continued to succeed despite those harrowing odds.
By: David Carr Teachers and educators really have had a tough go of it in the past few years. From their crash course in technology so they could teach remotely, […]