Defender e-Edition October 19, 2017
Digital Edition of Houston Defender

Week of October 19, 2017

  • Local News Talk: City bonds on the Nov. 7 election ballot; Black chamber presents Pinnacle Award finalists; Texas threatened over victim voting rights; State says Harvey death toll has reached 88; American Black art show comes to Houston; Cancer unites two women facing the disease
  • National: Washington D.C. Black residents falls below 50 percent; Blacks call for Jemele Hill to be reinstated; Foreman will receive achievement award; Disney Dreamers Academy sets Oct. 31st deadline; Researchers predict new breast cancer cases
  • Entertainment: Chadwick Boseman shines as Marshall, Black Panther
  • Center Fold: Untold Stories-Abused, not broken
  • Opinion: This flag is drenched in blood
  • Pro & College Sports: Optimism cautious with Rockets lineup; Goodell, NFL players, union meet on issues
  • High School Sports: Frank Brown puts on a show for Sterling High School
  • Top Events: Black Expo HAUL Relief Grants; 100 Black Men Networking Mixer; TSU Black Media Breakfast

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