May 9, 2013


  •      What’s next for SHAPE Center?: A few SHAPE programs
  •      HISD offers career help to NFISD employees
  •      Caldwell named one of the top 20 preachers
  •      New TSU regent appointed
  •      Unemployment declines for Blacks
  •      Morehouse sparks controversy
  •      Social Security changes could hurt Blacks
  •      Consumer power has no age limit
  •      Business: Doing business with the State of Texas; How to keep a state contract
  •      Entertainment: Craig Robinson talks about new film ‘The Peeples’; Nominations recognize Black theater
  •      Pro-Sports/ College Sports: Johnetta Hayes-Perry coaches TSU Lady Tigers
  •      High School Sports: Athletes have visions of gold at state track meet
  •      Chag’s Place: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; The University of Houston African- American Studies Program; The Houston Chapter of Links, Inc

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