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Odyssey Media and the Coca-Cola Company Salute Multicultural Houston Small Business Owners

Odyssey Media, the leading brand in the empowerment of multicultural women, stopped in Houston, TX on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 during the 3rd Annual IN THE BLACK tour. For the third consecutive year, the tour is a part of The Coca-Cola Company’s 5by20 program, an initiative developed to enable the economic empowerment of 5 million women entrepreneurs worldwide by the year 2020. On Friday night, over 150 women attended the IN THE BLACK Houston event free, thanks to the generosity of The Coca-Cola Company.

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African-Americans Face More Pollution-Related Health Hazards, New Report Shows

African-Americans face a disproportionate risk of pollution-related health problems caused by the location of oil and gas refineries, according to a new study released Tuesday.

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Macy’s Wows with Incredible Deals on the Perfect Gift During Black Friday and Cyber Week

The holidays are a time when Macy’s truly shines. As the season gets underway, Macy’s is excited to bring customers the special experiences they look forward to all year – holiday traditions at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, Black Friday and Cyber Week shopping, Christmas tree lightings across the country, and the beloved Believe campaign where millions of children send their letters to Santa.

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Strahan Returns to Houston to Show Harvey Recovery Efforts

Michael Strahan returned to Houston with his Good Morning America fam to show the recovery efforts in the city since Hurricane Harvey. Strahan is partnering with Rebuilding Together Houston to help them with their goal of restoring 1,000 damaged homes hit hard by Hurricane Harvey.

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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee to Receive UNCF’s Excellence in Education Award

Honorary Chair Melanie Gray and longtime supporters and this year’s Gala Chairs, Diana and Elijah White, will join more than 500 guests at the 29th annual UNCF “A Mind Is…” Gala in Houston on November 18th at the Hilton Americas Hotel.

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Texas Girl's Whataburger Quinceanera Wins the Internet

Her name is Evelyn Lopez Terrazas, but after her quinceañera on Saturday, her friends are calling her the "Whataburger Model."

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What Makes the Perfect Road Trip for African American Families?

In time for holiday travel, Chevrolet and Harris Poll asked parents about road trips and what makes them great. The holiday season can be stressful – celebrations and parties, cooking, gift shopping and much, much more. Getting there does not have to be the worst part.

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New State-of-the-Art Adult Day Activity and Health Services Opens to Serve Local Area

In partnership with the City of Houston, Andrew and Demonica Johnson of Johnson & Johnson Day Activity and Health Services, invites Houston and Fort Bend communities to the opening of their new state-of-art adult daycare and senior activity center on November 2, 2017.

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HS Golf Coach Resigns After Racist Tweets to Black NASCAR Driver Darrell Wallace Jr.

A Cambridge High School golf coach, Brent Nottestad, resigned, after sending racist tweets to Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr., who next season will become the first full-time African-American NASCAR Cup driver since 1971.

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Garcia and Walle Enter Race After Green’s Retirement to Be First Hispanic in Congress

The race to replace Congressman Gene Green has already begun. Green has represented Texas’ majority Hispanic 29thdistrict for nearly a quarter century. State Senator Sylvia Garcia is making her second run for the Democratic nomination. She ran in the district’s first primary in 1992.

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