On March 4, 1960, several students from Texas Southern University held the first sit-in in Houston at a Weingarten’s grocery store lunch counter, which ultimately played a role in ending segregation across the city.
Texas’ first Black ski club is breaking barriers in the Lone Star state and beyond.
By Amber Land HOUSTON – Standing in front of the Martin Luther King building at Texas Southern University is an iconic sculpture called African Queen Mother. Many view it as a large fountain or a landmark for campus directions. However, the 12-foot sculpture has historical significance and dates back to early folktales passed down through […]
“Graduating students must be prepared to reconcile or strike a balance between their values and the culture of the organizations they aspire to. Some corporate cultures require a certain look or presentation to suit specific expectations.” These are one of the few takeaways when the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Houston-based AIX […]
The computer screens of dozens of young men and women were illuminated with a feeling of optimism and change, as students from all over had a discussion for the ages. On Jan. 26, the Department for Urban and Housing Department’s Secretary Marcia Fudge spoke with HBCU students across the nation on a virtual platform. She […]