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Early voting starts today, October 13, and Texas Southern University has a polling precinct on its campus. The precinct is located in the West Parking garage office suites at Ennis and Blodgett. The precinct will be opened from 7a.m. to 7p.m. Mondays through Fridays and Saturdays noon to 7p.m. through October 30. Election day is […]

_______________________________________________________________ By Jonathan Madden KTSU2 The Voice, Texas Southern University’s student run multimedia station, is taking innovation to the next level by hosting a block party online tonight. The block party will be from 8p.m. to 10p.m.  and will consist of a virtual dance party, costume contest, prize giveaways, Greek stroll off, and voter registration […]

The Houston Association of Black Journalists presented its star-studded video at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention on what to expect when the organization comes to Houston in 2021.

By Lydia Dillard Millions of viewers responded to the first 2020 presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden with disappointment. As the debate started to trend on Twitter, viewers expressed their opinions on the etiquette of the two nominees. It’s no surprise that President Trump and former Vice President Biden have […]

By Jonathan Madden College has always been a place for higher learning and life changing social experiences, especially at HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), which have been the breeding ground for cultural shifts within the African-American community and the world. “The Yard” is full of #BlackGirlMagic and #BlackBoyJoy. There is innovative fashion, music, dance, […]

   By Janaya Britton My name is Janaya–with a Southern “juh-” , a charismatic “-nye” and a peaceful “-yuh” . My name emerged from my grandmother’s dream of a young Black girl preaching whose name was either Janai or Janaya. The origin is Hebrew and it means “God has answered” or “God’s gracious gift”. This […]

By: Januel Burton HOUSTON — Many Houstonians showed their way of honoring the many African-Americans who’ve lost their lives to police brutality by painting murals across the city. The artists who painted the murals wanted to keep the legacy of people like George Floyd alive. At the corner of La Branch St. and Alabama St, […]

Photo via National Association of Black Journalists By: Chandrelle Lazard Chandrelle wrote this story on August 11, 2020, African-American journalists said their cultural identity should be an asset and not a liability at a National Association of Black Journalists webinar held recently.  The discussion was among a plethora of virtual conversations held during the four-day […]

By: Maiya Turner (Maiya Turner wrote this story on July 15, the day of the Instagram live discussion) HOUSTON – Andrew Rodriguez never imagined that he would be leading a protest to bring awareness about a 20-year-old Fort Hood soldier who was brutally murdered, dismembered and buried on a river bank 20 miles east of […]

By: Chandrelle Lazard (Chandrelle wrote this article on March 4, 2020, the 60th anniversary of the sit-in. Mr. Bland transitioned on July 9, 2020.) HOUSTON— The spirit of justice, passion and civil rights surrounded the illustrious Texas Southern University campus sixty years ago today. Even though the laws of Jim Crow stood in opposition and […]