(Milwaukee Courier/ Milwaukee, WI) Today, the African American Roundtable released the following statement in response to the City of Milwaukee’s Budget Public Hearing held on Aug. 17.
(Voyage Houston/ Houston, TX)
Today we’d like to introduce you to Toni Harris Taylor. Hi Toni, it’s an honor to have you on the platform. To start maybe you can share some of your backstory with our readers?
(Houston Forward Times/ Houston, TX) While many entrepreneurs across the county suffered during the coronavirus pandemic, Toni Harris Taylor thrived. Why? Because she took drastic steps to ensure her success.
(WLBT/ Jackson, MS) Three Louisiana congregations are rising above the ashes and the hate that left their churches in ruins earlier this year. You may remember seeing images in the spring of charred pews and piles of rubble.
(KPLC/ Lake Charles, LA) When buying a home, what is the seller required to disclose? Team Family co-founder and attorney Gena Coleman-Lee answers your legal questions.
(The Drum/ Baton Rouge, LA) Genia Coleman-Lee and Sandra Dee Olison met while serving in ministry together. Their love for people and professional backgrounds led them to want to improve the way people function in the workplace, with family, and in church.
(Defender Network/ Houston, TX) March is Women’s History Month and this year, the national theme is, “Nevertheless, She Persisted.” The theme embodies so many women in the Houston community.
(KPLC/ Lake Charles, LA) There are more evictions in the Lake area, according to a local attorney who says the community should better address the needs of those who suddenly find themselves without a place to live.
(Patch/ Houston, TX) More than 200 Target team members, local law enforcement and fire department volunteers will give back to support Target Hunger, a United Way of Greater Houston affiliate agency, at the Goffney Community Garden in Houston's fifth ward.
(The Drum/ Baton Rouge, LA) It was a matter of fate that Lady Toussaint Duchess ended up bringing her highly-anticipated stage play to Baton Rouge.
(Louisiana Weekly/ New Orleans, LA) When Delzorah Barnett first learned that her son had been shot and was in the hospital clinging to his life, she nearly had a panic attack.
(KPRC/ Houston, TX) Approximately 70 Anti-Hunger and Opportunity Corps AmeriCorps VISTA members from across the country are in Houston to volunteer at area anti-hunger programs.
Houston Chronicle/ Houston, TX) Lemel Jones didn't always like broccoli. "I thought it was nasty growing up, even though I'd never tried it," she says, standing in a Target Hunger plot in the Kashmere Gardens neighborhood.
(KTBS/ Shreveport, LA) Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about something to get you in the holiday spirit. We have just the thing a new stage play is coming to town called "The Imperfect Holiday."
(Jozef Syndicate/ Baton Rouge, LA) It all started with a mother’s outrage at her child contracting strep throat while playing sports, then a light bulb went off in Nicole Reeder’s head.