Just don’t buy it. Above or beyond that, you hardly need conjure up any additional paraphrased memories or comparisons of the classic, industry gold-standard Nike ad campaign of yesteryear to symbolize just how much heated rival Adidas has missed the mark with its latest blitz.

Many of Houston’s African American ministers and activists who were were outraged by the not guilty verdict given to fired HPD Officer Andrew Blomberg, called…

via ForwardTimes.Com The National Action Network will commemorate the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery on Sunday, March 4 – 9. Reverend Al Sharpton says the march will expose the upcoming presidential election’s disenfranchisement. Read More

Via A popular clothing item has become a major issue for one local high school. Yoga pants, which have become the new trend for female students, have been banned by school officials. Read More

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French army in 1862’s Battle of Puebla. While the holiday doesn’t have great significance in Mexico, in the United States Cinco de Mayo is a widely acknowledged as day to to recognize and celebrate Mexican culture and pride. Recently, however, Mexican-Americans and other Latinos in […]

Since the controversial immigration bill passed in Arizona, several Houston groups are coming together to form an immigration protest across the United States. A march is already scheduled for May 1st and Houston will join 300 other cities in nationwide participation. The immigration law, which will allow police to check the immigration status of anyone […]