First Lady Michelle Obama addresses a gathering at The Arts Center in Fayetteville, N.C., Thursday, March 12, 2009, on her first official trip as First Lady. She also visited nearby Ft. Bragg.
Dallas Post Tribune

Recognizing First Lady Michelle Obama During The Celebration Of Women’s Month

DALLAS POST TRIBUNE — Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is an American writer, lawyer, and university administrator who was First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. […read more]

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Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (ebjohnson.house.gov)
Dallas Post Tribune

Vote, Vote, Vote!

DALLAS POST TRIBUNE — In a matter days those who have not cast their ballots during the early voting period must go to the polls and select candidates that will decide the direction of our country for years to come. […read more]

Black women are the vast majority of the student population at HBCU’s earning more higher degrees.  Black women online has surged 30% over the past three (3) years, with 60% using the internet.  Black women are among the most engaged users of social media.
Commentary

COMMENTARY: Who are Black Women Voters?

DALLAS POST TRIBUNE — We must never forget that black women voters in Birmingham, Alabama, voted  and supported Doug Jones for Senate over the forever seated ‘self entitled’  Roy Moore, the Republican rival. It is important that we remember that the voter turnout was 98%. An unmistakable message indeed! The overwhelming reason was a simple one:  they did not want the clock turned back. […read more]

Education forum gears up to explain changes in the Texas laws to help citizens exercise their rights to vote
Community

Vote 2018 Town Hall

DALLAS POST TRIBUNE — DENTON, TX – The St. James A.M.E. Church partners with the Martin Luther King Jr. Advisory Board to present the Vote 2018 Town Hall. It will be held Thursday, September 20, 2018, from 7-9 p.m., at the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, located at 1300 Wilson in Denton. This forum wants to ensure that eligible voters are informed about the changes in the Texas voting laws, and that they are able to cast their votes in the November 6 Election. […read more]