On February 18, I had the privilege to sit in at the Texas Black Expo Lunch & Learn Presents Business Opportunities During Super Bowl LI. This event was moderated by Carlecia D. Wright, Director city of Houston Office of Business Opportunity along with special guest Hasting Stewart of the Super Bowl Committee and panelist April […]
In the spirit of honoring Martin Luther King, Jr., we held our first tweet chat with the focus being on finding solutions to strengthening our communities. We have made much progress, but we can go much higher. Take the time to view the recap, and feel free to offer your own solutions below. [View the […]
This past Sunday we collaborated with a few other blog group’s in Houston to host the very first blogger picnic. We had bloggers from different groups, not in groups, genres and from all over the area attend. We had great conversations and learned a little about each other.
Last Saturday night some of the members and I attended a private screening for Carter High: The Movie. This is directed by Arthur Muhammad who is a graduate of Carter High School. This was the type of film that built the background of the story so when the climax hit, you were ready for it […]
As the biggest month in fashion is coming to a close, we wanted to share looks from African Fashion Week Houston 2015. The colors, textures and emotions evoked with each of the collections showcased a depth that is missing from the overall fashion community. You will see how each designer incorporated their home culture into […]
Experience the liveliness of African Fashion Week Houston 2015. Here’s Day 2:
The Houston African American Bloggers covered African Fashion Week Houston 2015. Over the course of 2 days there was so much entertainment to see, designs to fall in love with and culture to experience. Join us over the next several days as we share our experience covering this annual fashion event. Letting you know what […]