"What happened was inhumane and we really miss him and we're doing what we can do to keep on fighting for this change,” adds close friend Travis Cains.
The idea is to get pastors together from all over the city to talk about the topic often ignored - race relations.
FOX 26's Damali Keith has more on what the University of Houston is doing to teach others in an effort to combat racism.
FOX 26's Rashi Vats has more on two congregations who are working together to complete one mission.
While sexual harassment is at the forefront at Fort Hood, there is another controversial concern, race. FOX 26’s Isiah Carey traveled to Fort Hood to explore the issue of racism in the military.
FOX 26’s Jonathan Martin speaks with the ‘Jena 6,’ which was another case that highlighted a broken criminal justice system. The case was long before the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
FOX 26 sat down to listen along with a coalition working to improve our justice system. Kaitlin Monte has a look at their thoughts on the data
The Houston Police Department is hiring more than 400 officers and something new is in the works to attract a specific type of officer.
The group put up a billboard at I-10 near Gregg Street that reads "Protect Black Trans Women."
August 1 marks the start of National Black Business Month, an initiative that's been running for more than 15 years.
The YMCA's Equity Innovation Center Powered by Reliant will have one goal, to combat racial inequality.
So how do we make real, long lasting impactful change? The task can seem daunting, but if we all do a little something, the progress is inevitability.
As we continue to explore the changes needed in higher education, we wanted to check in with some dynamic women who overcame the odds to become leaders in our criminal justice system.
FOX 26's Kaitlin Monte spoke with the Director of the Center for Critical Race Studies at University of Houston-Downtown about building education pedigree while in college.
Graduate student speaks about how hate threatens their confidence building their future
A Houston-area Wells Fargo executive is the latest to be fired for what he posted on social media.
The attorney for George Floyd's family says he's not so sure that rushing to remove Confederate monuments is the right thing to do.
They may have different religious beliefs but that isn’t stopping droves of people from coming together to stand against inequality, racism and hate.
Former Houston Mayor Lee Brown, who was a police chief in three different cities, talks about current race relations and how community policing may be the answer.
Historian Matt Clavin says for years now, after unarmed black people are killed, blacks make impassioned pleas for someone to be held accountable, often without success. Now after this video of George Floyd's death Clavin says like never before it too is effecting one race, his time the human race.