Story by: BY EBONY CARRINGTON OF OOWEE SPORTS NATION It’s a classic story of cause and effect. The newly famed South Oak Cliff High School Football team reached the height […]
Dallas Black and Latina entrepreneurs will be the beneficiaries of JP Morgan Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways program where grants, coaching and exclusive tutelage will be provided to assist in their business endeavors, the company announced recently.
By Ebony Carrington of Oowee Sports Nation Team: North Texas Celtics Position(s): Defender Team #: 17 School: Cross Oaks Elementary School Age: 9 Grade: Fourth Many view aggression as a […]
Kryst, who won the 2019 Miss USA pageant and worked as a correspondent for the entertainment news television show “Extra,” reportedly committed suicide on January 30.
US District Judge Lisa G. Wood rejected the plea deal reached by prosecutors and Travis McMichael on federal hate crime charges in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, joined other groups and individuals in welcoming the FBI’s hate crime investigation into bomb threats targeting historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and the identification of six persons of interest in connection with the case.
For young children in particular, parents report that opportunities for both academic and social emotional growth were lacking during the pandemic.
More than a dozen historically Black colleges and universities received bomb threats on Tuesday, February 1.
As the City of Dallas continues to engage in conversations regarding racial inequity and what can be done from the perspective of local government, a nonprofit organization called OneTen is hoping to tackle the issue of racial wealth inequality from the perspective of the private sector.
To the benefit of the hundreds of students who pass through Dallas College’s automotive program every year, the program’s instructors have kept ahead of industry trends, churning out highly skilled graduates who’ve become invaluable to car dealerships, service centers, body shops and parts manufacturing facilities across North Texas.