A new Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families report recommends aggressive strategies to address the critical state of Black women’s health.
Antoinette Grajeda bids farewell on her last day as Arkansas Soul’s inaugural Editor-in-Chief.
The Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas will award 30 scholarships to Latino students during its 24th annual Cinco de Mayo Festival May 7.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock basketball player Salimatou Kourouma is using GoFundMe to raise money to rebuild her parents’ home in Mali.
Dr. José Romero is resigning as Arkansas’s Secretary of Health effective May 6 to take a job with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Arkansas Homeowner Assistance Fund is offering $54 million in federal funding to support homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seven of Arts is hosting a poetry slam from 6 to 8 p.m. April 27 at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.
The new Arkansas Black Music Expo will celebrate African American music with local and regional performers from a variety of genres.
Conexión de Negocios Latinos, a nonprofit supporting Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs, has opened its first office space in Springdale.
A Mosaic Templars Cultural Center exhibit celebrates 50 years of hip-hop and its far-reaching impact on African American culture.
The Arkansas People’s History Project has launched a virtual exhibit to celebrate the history of the Women’s Project in Arkansas in the 1980s and 1990s.
In this episode of Affirmative Action, we discuss the challenges faced by libraries trying to defend the freedom to read and share some of our favorite banned books.
Two Chinese Americans struggle with finding their place in the world in TheatreSquared’s production of “Tiger Style!” which is on stage through April 10.
Photographer Aaron R. Turner explores the ideas of home and resilience in the Arkansas Delta in an exhibition on display at Walton Arts Center through Apr. 3.
Destinee Rogers is the eighth head coach of the Arkansas State University women’s basketball team and the first Black woman to hold the position.
“The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Cultural, and the Sonic Impulse” is on view Mar. 12-July 25 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
After years of conversations and the passage of a federal law, a large portrait of Scipio Jones is on display at a Little Rock post office bearing his name.
Lawmakers honored nine colleagues who will be leaving the Arkansas Senate this year including Democratic Sen. Joyce Elliott.
Immigrant designers who participated in INTERFORM sewing courses will have their work displayed on the runway during NWA Fashion Week Mar. 10-12.
The new 10 Minutes Matter initiative encourages Arkansas parents to spend 10 minutes every day reading to their children five and younger.
A new UA Little Rock program will provide child care funding to eligible students as well as access to campus and community services.
“School Girls, Or, The African Mean Girls Play” will be on stage at The Rep in Little Rock March 2-20, 2022.
Two Black Arkansans are serving on the USDA’s new Equity Commission which is making recommendations to address historical discriminatory practices.
In this episode, we talk with two Black women about their experience as judges, the importance of diversifying the courts and how to educate the public about the judicial system.
The work of Memphis painter Carl E. Moore is on display at the Arts and Science Center for Southeast Arkansas in Pine Bluff through Apr. 30.