February is Black History Month, and The Daily News is celebrating by sharing stories of the people and places rooted in Galveston County's Black history.
On Feb. 6, we published a special publication that can be viewed online at this link.
- By MICHAEL A. SMITH The Daily News
It’s reasonable to ask why I’m qualified to write a column about Black History Month, being neither Black nor a historian. Tasked with writing…
- By KERI HEATH The Daily News
Galveston County has always had a rich Black history that continues today.
- By MATT DEGROOD The Daily News
The Winfield name belongs among those of League City's founding families.
- Story by ANGELA WILSON Photos by JENNIFER REYNOLDS The Daily News
Central High School, organized in 1885, was Texas’ first African-American high school.
- By MYER LEE The Daily News
African Americans don’t appear to have much faith in the health care system.
- By ROSENBERG LIBRARY
In honor of Black History Month, Rosenberg Library will celebrate the legacy of Lillian Davis, longtime librarian at the Rosenberg Library Col…
- By THE REV. JAMES E. DANIELS
In the middle of this horrendous pandemic, the nation paused to pay tribute to the man who willingly gave his life to defend the rights of the…
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