Gov. Asa Hutchinson expressed support for hate crimes legislation during his 2021 State of the State address.
A queer, Black woman explores some of the challenges of relaxing in nature when it’s a predominately white space that often doesn’t feel welcoming or safe.
The Arkansas General Assembly is comprised of 135 lawmakers from around the state who’ve been elected to serve in the House and Senate.
Henry Torres has been named Arkansas State University’s first vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
Take a hike in Devil’s Den State Park! Arkansas Soul director Niketa Reed and her 2-year-old son connect with nature at the state park in NWA.
The rollout of the first round of vaccines has been updated to include first responders and Arkansans age 70 and older.
The Arkansas Department of Health is hosting COVID-19 testing clinics for college students in Fayetteville and Russellville.
I know the year 2021 doesn’t magically change anything for the better, but I do know one thing: It’s our year to build and share a new map.
In 2020 we launched a podcast dedicated to amplifying the voices of BIPOC Arkansans. Catch up on our first 5 episodes before the next one drops in January.
As we close out 2020, we share 10 stories that covered some of the years biggest topics including the pandemic, elections and calls for racial justice.