Luis Cantu, senior vice president and regional operations manager for Bank of America Arkansas, shares why investing in Hispanic Arkansans is essential to help build their futures.
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Northwest Arkansas’ newest bank will reshape the banking experience for the growing Hispanic population in the region.
Arkansas could be looking at a historic win in the upcoming November elections as two Hispanic candidates are in the election.
Juke joint exhibit exploring how vernacular music or rock and roll relates to what we think of Southern fiction today.
History has documented how financial and judicial systems have treated African Americans in the cannabis industry across the United States. What is now coming to light is the same discriminatory practices in the modern gold rush toward legalized cannabis in the state of Arkansas.
Black and Brown communities in Arkansas will bear the brunt of the present and generational impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Arkansas children are struggling to live happy, healthy lives, especially those in underrepresented communities, a new 50-state report shows.
A highlight of Love More Records, its leadership, artists and plans. Artists include Baang, Pura Coco and CEO Raquel Thompson (DJ Raquel).
15 Northwest Arkansas-based small business owners began the EforAll Summer Accelerator Progam this past July.
Contributing writer Iaja Rogers caught up with NBA Warriors player Moses Moody who was back home on Friday, July 22, to give the NBA Championship Trophy a tour through the city.
A new Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families report recommends aggressive strategies to address the critical state of Black women’s health.
When it comes to the legacy and contributions of African-American musicians, songwriters, and singers it’s no contesting how it has enriched America’s history and diversity.
Professor Airic Hughes connects the dots between Black geographies and white terrorism in this reprint from Visionairi’s The Preservation.
A recently leaked flyer for a since-canceled Little Rock Juneteenth event opens the discussion on poorly-consulted cultural events.
Rev. Shantell Hinton Hill shares her reflections on the loss of two Black women who were in need, yet worlds apart.
Community organizations and businesses are accepting donations and providing assistance to Washington County residents impacted by the Mar. 30 tornado.
Arkansas organizations are celebrating Women’s History Month with a variety of events including a photography exhibit, book club and discussions with business leaders.
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.
Arkansas organizations are celebrating Black History Month with art exhibitions, film screenings, lectures and a fashion show.
In this episode, two therapists discuss the signs of burnout and offer tips for coping.
An Arkansas Advocates for Children and Family report argues Black women’s health is in critical condition due to systemic racism, discrimination and implicit bias.
Organizations throughout Arkansas are hosting a variety of in-person and virtual events to celebrate the 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
In this episode, we speak with two African American women who are using TikTok to educate and uplift their communities.
The Cherokee Nation is offering emergency rental assistance to citizens impacted by the pandemic who are living in the Arkansas counties of Benton, Crawford and Washington.