A non-profit organization in Little Rock is working to eliminate the educational barriers for students who come from Spanish-speaking households.
Northwest Arkansas’ newest bank will reshape the banking experience for the growing Hispanic population in the region.
Arkansans join the national celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Click to find an event or celebration near you!
NWA’s Double Your Dollar program will now provide promotional efforts and nutritional information in English, Spanish, and Marshallese.
Northwest Arkansas-based Micheaux Award and Film Labs will team up with Arkansas Cinema Society to host public events and hands-on production training for creators of color in central Arkansas on September 15th and 17th.
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.
High-achieving students from underrepresented communities are less likely to be nominated for gifted programs, according to a new study.
A Washington County deputy made history when he became the first Marshallese civilian in Arkansas to graduate from the Law Enforcement Training Academy.
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.
NWA Black Business Expo took place in Fayetteville, AR to celebrate National Black Business Month.
The Northwest Arkansas Community College’s LIFE program recently received a grant from the Walton Family Foundation to continue growing its near-peer mentorship program for Latino youth.
The Hispanic Center (El Centro Hispano) in Jonesboro recently added three new Spanish-speaking community health workers.
The Faulkner County Coalition for Social Justice is hosting a free, family-friendly public event to provide information on safe and legal abortion care.
Children from low-income families are most affected by the summer slide, and this inequity can have a lasting impact on their education.
African American communities impacted by racial terror lynchings will now have a place to tell their stories, thanks to an ambitious Arkansas project.
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.
Brandon is a homegrown Arkansan with a talent for capturing the beauty and wonder of nature. He invites you to “Take A Hike” through Mt. Nebo and Lake Dardanelle Park.
The Rock Street Market brought local artists and vendors to the Downtown Little Rock district and will work to activate the heartbeat of Little Rock for months to come.
Hiphop has always attracted innovators and trend-setters like Mary Rowe, a performer based in Little Rock. Afroshoujo is blending classical operatic training with rap and hiphop and DIY kawaii magic.
The Associated Press is reporting that states are slow to making Juneteenth a paid holiday. Arkansas is a part of this list.