Arkansas Lighthouse Charter Schools is on a mission to ensure that students in the BIPOC community are exposed to agriculture and STEM industries, and the future of these industries as they merge with emerging technologies.
Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders has issued an executive order prohibiting the use of the term “Latinx” throughout the state’s government.
There are only four Hispanic head coaches in Division I men’s basketball, and Arkansas State’s Mike Balado is one of them.
Teachers and students across the state need additional support and resources to properly manage the rising percentage of kids with anxiety and depression in the state, according to a new survey.
Local TV show Cafecito + Charla is attempting to bridge the gap between Spanish-speaking parents and the Springdale School District.
Black, Hispanic, and women patients in Arkansas are more likely to face insurance barriers when trying to access a cholesterol-lowering heart medicine, according to a new report.
New North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce Director of Business Inclusion Aims to Reach Hispanic Businesses
The North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce is aiming to expand its reach to underrepresented communities with its new Director of Business Inclusion, Jorge Gonzalez.
A new health literacy program seeks to connect Marshallese and Hispanic in Arkansas with information, resources, and healthcare services.
Centro Hispano’s new mentorship program connects 26 Latino high school students with working professionals.
A non-profit organization in Little Rock is working to eliminate the educational barriers for students who come from Spanish-speaking households.
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.
The Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas will award 30 scholarships to Latino students during its 24th annual Cinco de Mayo Festival May 7.
Conexión de Negocios Latinos, a nonprofit supporting Spanish-speaking entrepreneurs, has opened its first office space in Springdale.
Immigrant designers who participated in INTERFORM sewing courses will have their work displayed on the runway during NWA Fashion Week Mar. 10-12.
FORGE, Inc. — the oldest revolving community loan fund in Arkansas — assists minority entrepreneurs by providing resources to start or grow their business.
Despite repeated vandalism, a group of artists continues to spread messages of peace and resistance through the Little Rock’s 7th Street Mural Project.
In this episode, two therapists discuss the signs of burnout and offer tips for coping.
Arts Center of the Ozarks has rebranded as Arts One Presents and is offering events to engage diverse communities in Northwest Arkansas.
EforAll helps underrepresented individuals start and grow a business. The nonprofit is launching its inaugural Northwest Arkansas cohorts in January 2022.
The Minority Affairs Council of Southwest Arkansas is hosting a Rural Resources Roundtable Nov. 18 at Party Room Candela in De Queen.
The Latin Art Organization of Arkansas is hosting Día de los Muertos celebration Nov. 6 that will include music, food and crafts.
Día de los Muertos celebrations are underway across Arkansas and include art exhibits, community ofrendas, dance performances and traditional food.
Opponents of new redistricting legislation in Arkansas are speaking out and gathering signatures in hopes of repealing the laws.
The Arkansas Minority Health Commission has provided equitable access to preventative health care for 30 years. The organization celebrated the milestone during a virtual ceremony.