Defender eEdition April 27, 2017
Digital Edition of Houston Defender

Week of April 27, 2017

  • Local News: Black community at risk of losing TIRZ; Jackson Lee, colleagues address police reform; Nonprofit partners with TSU to offer music scholarships; Real estate agents seek to empower homeowners; Ft. Bend ISD names teachers of the year; Bill will allow Texas lottery winners to remain anonymous
  • National: Trump moves to dismantle criminal justice reform; Black doctors earning less than white doctors
  • Entertainment: Oprah brings Henrietta Lacks story to life
  • Center Fold: Temenos Place III offering innovative homeless approach; Cultural model targets Blacks
  • Pro & College Sports: Houston native Jermell Charlo wins with KO
  • High School Sports: Cypress Woods runner Derrick Brooks thrives on adversity
  • Top Events: Empowerment Film & Summit; 2nd Annual Nosh Culinary Showcase; Congressional/Judicial Reception

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