Music producer Andre Sam-Sin creates an enduring legacy promoting his adopted hometown 

The Houston Fire Department’s Class of ’55 broke racial barriers. 

Wednesday, 28 September 2022 12:20

‘Chick’ Raborn’s pool of memories

The City of Houston’s oldest living former lifeguard pays a final visit to the Mason Aquatic Center with his family.

Mayor’s Office of Veterans and Military Affairs partners with Buffalo Soldiers National Museum to bring servicewomen of color experience to Houston.

Tuesday, 22 February 2022 10:10

To educate, inspire and achieve

Angela Gaddis share her love of Black History with at City Hall

CMC agencies and city employees are on a mission of care together

Former VJ’s reflect on the local Houston Video Network that took on MTV during the 1980s

Thursday, 25 February 2021 13:21

Remembering Lynn Eusan

Friends and classmates reflect on the triumphant and tragic legacy of the University of Houston’s first Black homecoming queen.


City’s historic preservation efforts see uptick in urban communities.

How Kelton Sams sparked a civil rights movement on the island

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