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Holla at Ya Girl. Or Nah?

I’m fully in favor of letting your girlfriend know that you have reservations about her relationship. I’m aware this may be an “unpopular opinion” so let me break it down.

CASA Seeking More Heroes of Color

Four years ago, Naphtalie Gbolahan joined a core of heroes in east Austin. Imbued with compassion, an open mind and a desire to improve our community, the married mother of two uses her powers to help children whose lives have been touched by abuse or neglect.

Joi Chevalier Making History with Statewide Run for Comptroller Office

2018 is shaping up to be one of the most important elections in a very long time. As Texans prepare to head to the polls next week, soulciti took some time to chat with Joi Chevalier, the vibrant new face in this year’s State Comptroller race. Chevalier is the first African American woman to run for an executive level statewide office in Texas.

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Joi Chevalier Making History with Statewide Run for Comptroller Office

2018 is shaping up to be one of the most important elections in a very long time. As Texans prepare to head to the polls next week, soulciti took some time to chat with Joi Chevalier, the vibrant new face in this year’s State Comptroller race. Chevalier is the first African American woman to run for an executive level statewide office in Texas.

Dreaming Big: Quincy Dunlap Takes Helm at Urban League

He had an epiphany one day: “Try making a legitimate living one more time.” Little did that young man, accustomed to tempting fate on the streets of St. Louis, know that he was on the path to serving as CEO of an organization he had benefited from in his past.

Lisa B. Thompson: The Play Prof

It’s a dream of aspiring playwrights to hold a reading of their work and have an artistic director come to them and say, “I want your play for my upcoming season,” but it’s not that easy. Yet, it’s happened to Lisa B. Thompson twice.