According to a cost of voting index compiled by political scientists at Northern Illinois University, Jacksonville University and Wuhan University in China, it's harder to register to vote in Texas than in any other state in the country.
Some pundits are alleging Abbott's decision is another form of voter suppression in regards to the 2020 election.
This segment of Access Houston welcomes back friend to the show and founder of Live on Purpose, Minister Robert Harper II. Robert is back on the show to talk about his new book, “Talk To Yourself – It Might Be the Best Conversation You Have All Day.” He also touches on overcoming negative thoughts, changing […]
The Access Houston Roundtable is back with raptivist and therapist, Genesis Blu, our resident conservative, Leola Mariah, and voter outreach director, James Burnett. This week we talk about this past week’s Mid-term Election results, Jeff Sessions’ resignation, the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, CNN’s Jim Acosta losing his press credentials, and Lizzie Fletcher winning CD-7. […]
Voting Day is a major major deal (but you knew that already). And if you work during voting hours (7 a.m. to 7 p.m.), your job is legally obligated to give you up to two hours off to cast your ballot. Check out all the deals and offers from restaurants to free rides to the […]
The Access Houston Roundtable is back! This week our panelist are the Raptivist and Therapist MC Genesis Blu, the President of the Houston GLBT Political Caucus and founder of Pride to the Polls, Mr. Michael Webb Jr., and the coordinator volunteer Houston and founder of Walk 2 Vote, John Locke. This week was talk about […]
It’s the Access Houston Roundtable discussion. This week’s panel is Kam Franklin, lead singer of The Suffers, raptivist Genesis Blu, founder of META4 Houston, Outspoken Bean, and from The Black Vegan Company, Robin Beltran. This week we talk about early voting, the murder of the Saudi reporter, and the LaQuan McDonald case. Thank you for […]
This week on the Access Houston Roundtable, are panelist are Genesis Blue, Irby, Joe, and Chase. We discuss Brett Kavanaugh being sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice, Kanye West at the White House, voter suppression in Waller County, and global warming. Thank you for listening!
Set your reminders now. Whether it be an alarm, a Google Calendar alert, whatever you may prefer. October 9 is as important a day in October this year as Halloween. Why? Because if you’re not registered to vote in Texas by then, you are unable to vote in the general election on November 6. How […]
On this segment of Access Houston, KG Smooth talks to Kenneth Robinson, Jr. and Adraon Greene, President and Board Member at Large, respectively, of 100 Black Men of Metro Houston, to talk about the Breakfast of Champions breakfast happening October 20th. We also talked about who are the 100 Black Men, the different programs that […]
President-elect Donald Trump received minimal support from minority voters, according to a new study conducted by Reuters.
Kanye gave a political speech telling Black people to stop focusing on racism and that if he'd voted, he would have voted for Donald Trump.