We are thrilled to be joined by Gracie Saenz of LULAC Council #60 to discuss Latino history in Houston and the historic LULAC Council # 60 clubhouse she is working so hard to save.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we speak with Houston Community College Trustee and CEO of the Tejano Center for Community Concerns Dr. Adriana Tamez. Dr. Tamez shares with us the numerous resources available to those interested in continuing their education with the Houston Community College. Programs available include workforce development, reskilling training, and college courses and certificates. 

We speak with organizers from Stop TXDot I-45 to discuss the proposed highway reconstruction project and the major implications it has for quality of life issues for Houstonians throughout the city.

We speak with Houston METRO Board Chair Carrin F. Patman about the state of public transit in Houston. We cover a wide range of topics from the implementation of the METRO Next Bond, Light Rail to Hobby Airport, and the I-45 expansion project.

The second episode in our Pride series features 2020 Nonbinary Pride Houston Grand Marshal Kelsey Reynolds to discuss their LGBTQ activism and work in volunteer services and engagement for the Houston Food Bank. 

Check out our first of two Pride focused podcast episodes. Today we speak with Houston GLBT Political Caucus President Jovon Tyler to learn more about his journey through various activism roles. He shares information about what exactly the Houston GLBT Political Caucus does and where he sees things going with local LGBTQIA+ activism.

Today we visit with Alex Dailey, Vice President of Community Engagement for Big Brothers Big Sisters Houston to learn more about the organization, how quality of life issues impact the work they do, and how you can step up and get involved in youth mentorship. Visit https://bbbstx.org/ to learn how you can support Big Brothers Big Sisters Houston and attend their upcoming golf tournament Swing for Kids’ Sake.

On this episode we speak with Silky Joshi Malik. Silky was the first woman to run for the U.S. House of Representatives in Texas’ 2nd Congressional District. After a roller coaster ride of an experience she wrote the book The Total Nobody Who Ran for Office and Lost-ish, to capture the memories of her time on the campaign trail, providing lessons to anyone trying to find their voice in the world of politics. 

What in the world is a Management District? Today we talk to Rebecca Reyna - Executive Director of the Greater Northside Management District, Alice Lee – Executive Director of the Southwest Management District, and Alan Bernstein – VP of Communications for Hawes Hill Associates to break down what exactly a Management District does, how it impacts your neighborhood, and how you can learn more and get involved.

On this episode we speak with Dr. Bhavna Lall, MD, MPH, MPA. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Houston - College of Medicine. Dr. Lall joins us to answer your questions about the three COVID-19 authorized vaccines safety and efficacy. Vaccine resources available here: https://www.yourhou.com/vaccine

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