Spurred by the success of his “Absolute Equality” mural in Galveston, Reginald Adams is unveiling six murals across the country, including one in Houston’s Fourth Ward.
In just two years since receiving its nonprofit status, the organization’s small team of five is filling a void for Black queer people in the Greater Houston region and the state.
From playing cards to a cashless counter, the “radically inclusive” coffee shop is making it easy for people with disabilities to thrive at work.
As the once-vibrant venue prepares to reopen in the coming weeks, key figures from its past and present reminisce about the Third Ward gem.
Charonda Johnson has given countless tours through her native Freedmen’s Town, the Houston Fourth Ward community known for its signature brick roads laid by the hands of 1,000 formerly enslaved people in 1865. But one of those trips changed the trajectory of Johnson’s beloved neighborhood roughly three years ago, when renowned Chicago artist Theaster Gates […]