March 02, 2017 Defender e-Edition
Digital Edition of Houston Defender

Week of March 2, 2017

  • Local News: TSU Board Chairman hit with lawsuit; Stars will shine at Livestock Show & Rodeo; Five tips on starting your own food business; $10k reward set for info on child murderer; Texas Children’s joins Africa initiative
  • National: Chicago police say requests for help went unanswered; New Democratic leadership looks to future; Mental disorders may increase stroke risk
  • Entertainment: Oscars so Black, Record-breaking wins make history; Local girl shines on ‘Steve Harvey Show’; Black college leaders blast BET show ‘The Quad’; CNBC series looking for entrepreneurs
  • Center Fold: Third Ward, The White invasion
  • Opinion: Claims of ‘fake news’ are insult to journalism
  • Pro & College Sports: Sportscaster James Brown ministering to sports, faith
  • High School Sports: Clear Springs girls’ varsity promotes more than big three
  • Top Events: Robert Townsend’s Living The Shuffle; The Honorable Judge Kenneth Hoyt Lecture; City Controller’s Black History Month Program

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