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Segregation Still Obvious Between HBCUs and PWIs

HBCUs were created during a time of segregation when Black students couldn’t attend the universities that were designated for Whites only. Though segregation was over a century ago, the perception stills lingering around historical black colleges and universities. 499 more words

Amazing Aunt Birdie

The epitome of style, grace, and social etiquette emanates from this lady, my great-aunt, Mrs. Birdie Lee Chadwick.

As long as I can remember, she has always been that presence in the room that cannot be denied your attention. 477 more words

The Wonder Twins

They aren’t really twins. If you know them, then it fits the description in their ability to defy the odds.

Annie Mae Mack, my grandmother, will turn 100 years old on August 23, 2017 in her hometown of Houston, Texas. 156 more words

Access Houston | You ARE Enough

On this segment of Access Houston, KG Smooth talks to Brian Ellison, Stevens Orozco, and Ella Russell (of Edubalicious Treats) about “You ARE Enough” which is a community healing and cleansing event that takes place in Third Ward, TX. 35 more words

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And so it has begun...

Internships seem to be on the tongue of every millennial I know both in and just out of college.

This week I’ve begun my own internship at Material Studios and Gallery in Milwaukee’s Third Ward.   350 more words

Shake Shack is coming to Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE — Savory burgers, frozen custard — our mouths are already watering because Shake Shack is coming to Milwaukee!

Four managerial positions are listed for a new location in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. 179 more words


Alabama St.

Murals located on the corner of Alabama St. & Live Oak St. Shot with my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

Houston, TX – Third Ward