By Stacy M. Brown NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Karine Jean-Pierre, whose long career in Democratic communications led her to the podium last year as the second Black woman […]
A Physical (De)feat: Dallas Wings vs Atlanta Dream
The WNBA season started this weekend with the Dallas Wings hosting the Atlanta Dream in their season as well as home opener. The meeting brought No. 1 overall pick, Rhyne […]
Dallas Joins Nationwide Protests Against End of Roe v. Wade
By Steven Monacelli On May 3, the news broke that the United States Supreme Court has voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which enshrined certain privacy […]
Black/African American Community Forum Hosted by Alzheimer’s Association
On Saturday, May 14, 2022, the Dallas and Northeast Texas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will host a virtual Black/African American Community forum via Zoom. With an expected increase of […]
The Experience of Black Motherhood
Are Black mothers being placed under a more intense lens and if so, what inspires this push to hold such expectations for Black women to be good mothers? A “Good” […]
Ese Azenabor Wows Dallas Again with New Collections
Back with her first Dallas-based show in two years, international couture designer Ese Grembowski of Ese Azenabor shows Dallas her newest collections at her brand new showroom in the design […]
4x NBA World Champion John Salley Joins Sherry James on Zondra TV
Salley is one of only two players in NBA history to have won NBA championships across three decades. John’s passion for leading people to the power of crypto to create change inspired him to completely immerse himself in this new world, empowering artists, athletes, and more to claim ownership of their likeness by utilizing the world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.
Environmental Advocates and City Officials Hold Historic, Tense Dialogue
In West Dallas, the Singleton United/Unidos campaign continues to fight for the shuttering of a toxic air pollutant spewing asphalt shingle plant that sits immediately adjacent to residential homes through a process known as amortization. In Floral Farms, community advocates who once sued the city now reflect on the victorious removal of the illegal Shingle Mountain dumpsite as they continue to push for the acceptance of a neighborhood-led plan that would result in the full remediation of the site.
White House Correspondents Association Honors and then Disses Black Press at Dinner
While honoring the two, the WHCA failed to acknowledge National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) President and CEO Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr., who inexplicably was seated in the back of […]
Dallas Arboretum Presents 2nd Annual Black Heritage Celebration on May 14th & 15th
A weekend celebration to showcase unique talent, art and businesses from the local black community.