The Little Rock Black Pride Festival will celebrate Black and Brown members of the LGBTQ community July 23-25.
In this episode of Affirmative Action, we speak with two Latinas about their experiences as members of Arkansas’ transgender community.
The Kiva NWA Hub provides zero interest loans to underrepresented business owners. Interested entrepreneurs can learn more about the process during a free workshop July 22.
A new UAMS study finds Hispanic and Black Arkansans are more likely than white Arkansans to have COVID-19 antibodies. Researchers say the findings underscore importance of vaccinations.
The Latino Art Project is a Little Rock-based agency that showcases the work of Hispanic artists like muralist José Hernández.
Legislation that would allow bilingual education in schools is one of two bills impacting immigrants approved by the House yesterday.
In this episode, we discuss the impact of the state’s new stand your ground law on minorities, and the possibility of legislators approving a hate crimes bill.
A bill that would permit DACA recipients to obtain a teaching license in Arkansas has been approved by the House Education Committee.
The House Education Committee approved House Bill 1451, which would allow districts to adopt approved bilingual and dual immersion programs.
As part of its Spanish Seminar series, the Rogers-Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce will host an event Feb. 25 focused on starting a business in Arkansas.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson expressed support for hate crimes legislation during his 2021 State of the State address.
A UAMS study is examining if a weaker immune response is a contributing factor to higher COVID-19 infection rates among minority populations.
Arkansas United’s Essential Workers Fund has helped more than 800 families impacted by the pandemic. However, 300 remain on a waiting list.