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The family of Daunte Wright held a press conference Thursday to address the community after days of protests in Minnesota. Wright’s mother, Katie Wright, shared her frustrations with the justice system after being asked how she felt about the recent arrest of the officer who shot and killed her son. “We’re still never going to […]

It was a very emotional day Wednesday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. Bodycam footage shown in court revealed, for the first time to the public, Chauvin’s thoughts about what happened on May 25, 2020. In the video, 61-year-old Charles McMillian could be […]

Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the appointment of Houston native and 31-year Houston Police Department veteran, Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner, as the City of Houston’s next Police Chief. Chief Finner began his career with the Houston Police Department in 1990 and has worked in every aspect of the department, serving the citizens of Houston in […]

Vernon Jordan, the legendary civil rights activist and former advisor to President Bill Clinton, died peacefully at his home Monday evening surrounded by family.  He was 85 years old. Jordan grew up in the south and studied law at Howard University. He joined the civil rights movement and helped build a lawsuit against the University […]

After 56 years, the family of Malcolm X is calling to have his murder investigation reopened.  A former New York Police Department undercover officer made a deathbed confession, writing a letter claiming that the wrong man was accused in Malcolm X’s murder, and in fact, the FBI and NYPD were involved. “I am aging with […]

It was a day filled with joy and celebration as America welcomed Joseph R. Biden as its 46th President of the United States. At 78 years old, Biden became the oldest president to ever be sworn in. History was also made on the Capitol steps as Kamala Harris became the first woman, first African American and […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963. In his iconic speech, he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States. Delivered to over 250,000 civil rights supporters from the steps […]

HOUSTON – A federal judge on Monday rejected what appears to many to be a Republican voter suppression tactic to invalidate nearly 127,000 ballots in Houston and Harris County that were cast at drive-thru polling centers due to the pandemic. The lawsuit was filed by conservative Texas activists who did not want the votes to […]

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner marched to the polls with the students of Texas Southern University Tuesday for the first day of early voting. Just one look at the video and photos, it is safe to say that TSU “SHOWED UP AND SHOWED OUT!” Turner challenged all of the colleges in the Houston area to get […]

Houston native and Texas Southern University’s Megan Thee Stallion is back in the headlines again after a politically charged Saturday Night Live performance. The rapper served as the musical guest helping to kick off the 46th season of SNL, alongside comedian and host for the evening, Chris Rock. “Hot Girl Meg” donned a black and […]


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