Just Where do you draw the line? Gerrymandering may be legal in Texas, but now there’s a pushback in the Texas legislature, we’ll have the latest. Also, we’ve been hearing about brick and mortar stores shuttering and big box retailers leaving old spaces, so who’s filling those vacancies? To an increasing extent, it’s immigrant entrepreneurs. We’ll hear more. And did Texas once resemble East Central Africa? New images emerge from the study of bones discovered and locked away some 80 years ago. Plus is there a spending limit set by the Texas constitution? A Politifact check and more today on the Texas Standard:
In Black America producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Tawan Davis, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of the Steinbridge Group, a real estate company active in the urban single-family home market, and interested in assisting working class families in transitional neighborhoods.
Executive Chef and Owner of Big Easy Bar & Grill Darold Gordon, has brought a taste of his hometown of New Orleans to the neighborhood. He opened his restaurant in 2013, about eight years after Hurricane Katrina forced him to move to Central Texas. His restaurant is where the old Club 40 used to be in East Austin.
In Black America producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Shante Bacon, founder and CEO of One-Thirty-Fifth Street Agency, a strategic communications and experiential marketing firm that specializes in campaigns targeting the youth consumer and business professional.
A discussion of entrepreneurship and small business development with Sheila Brooks, Emmy Award-winning journalist, entrepreneur and minority and women’s advocate.
A discussion of entrepreneurial education and minority business topics with Sheila Brooks, founder, President and CEO of S-R-B Communications, LLC.