DALLAS – The Dallas Arboretum’s Education Department offers “Closing the Gap 5th Grade STAAR Review Series,” presented by Reliant, from April 2 to May 7, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. to […]
Dr. Carol Francois Wants You To Know Why They Are So Angry
Dr. Carol Francois is continuing her work to educate and enlighten people through her learning community and podcast. Dr. Francois got her start on her journey throughout education in her youth […]
Cynt Marshall Understands the Assignment
Dallas Weekly’s COO, Jess Washington talks with Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. DW celebrates Women’s History Month by talking with Cynt about leadership, giving back and her excitement for the future.
Judge Jackson’s Supreme Court Hearings Set as Support Grows for Confirmation
By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia The Senate Judiciary Committee will begin its confirmation hearings to determine whether President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown […]
House Passes CROWN Act to End Discrimination Against Natural Black Hairstyles
By Stacy M Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Connecticut Democratic Rep. Jahana Hayes sounded off to critics of legislation that would allow individuals freedom to express themselves by […]
There’s No Such Thing as Black Hollywood
I personally think Black people working in entertainment have been beaten up so much, that they think the way Hollywood runs is actually supposed to be that way. Like, how can you you make a movie if there are no white people involved?
She Represents: LeTitia Owens
Author, philanthropist, national recording artist, LeTitia (aka Titia) Owens is a collective of funny, talented, inspiring, and a force of strength and energy. In a world that can easily differentiate […]
Roland Parrish Student Athlete of the Week: Amina George
By Ebony Carrington of Oowee Sports Nation Team: ANS Rhythmic Gymnastics Level: 6 School: Acellus Homeschool Academy Grade: 7th Age: 12 When you think of gymnastics, traditional instruments like the […]
Abide Women’s Health Services: Helping The Pregnant Women of the Hood
Abide’s Health Services have also been able to have a much lower mortality rate in comparison to other clinics. They have yet to lose a mother, and have only lost one child with birth success rates higher than clinics on the local and national level.
The Impact of Women in The Medical Profession: What Has Been Done and What More We Can Do
I spoke with the Associate Chief of Infection Prevention for Parkland Hospital and Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Texas-South Western Dr. Carolee Estelle, M.D. about women in the […]