ABC’S ‘Black-ish’ Tackles COVID-19, Systemic Racism And 2020 Presidential Election In Seventh Season

By Mariah B. Campbell Oct. 21st, 2020 As ABC’s hit tv show, ‘Black-ish’, prepares to premiere its seventh season, cast members share how the show will continue reflecting the reality of Black life during a time of COVID-19, racial injustice, and the upcoming presidential election. From the coronavirus pandemic to the police killings of unarmed black men and women, the year’s unfavorable chain of events … Continue reading ABC’S ‘Black-ish’ Tackles COVID-19, Systemic Racism And 2020 Presidential Election In Seventh Season

For Us, By Us

By Sacha Flynn Oct. 4, 2020 These native Houstonians make history as the first, youngest, black-owned cell phone repair business in Pearland, Tx. They transitioned from a mobile electronic repair service to a cell phone/electronic repair storefront. Formerly known as The Phanily-Tech, The Phone Plug has been servicing the Houston area since 2014. With over one thousand transactions on eBay and with customers in all … Continue reading For Us, By Us

It’s Not Just Who You Vote For, It’s How

By Josiah Mabry September 21st, 2020 In the political world, social media, and other various platforms in the U.S., there has been a debate amongst under-represented groups regarding the value of their vote. For minorities, reasons of apathy can be understood given the historical adversity they have dealt with. But if these disenfranchised groups lose agency in their voting power, could the nation’s future plunge … Continue reading It’s Not Just Who You Vote For, It’s How