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Texas African American Museum preserves local and national history

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By Andrea Valdez Broadcast News Director Photo by Andrea Valdez The Texas African American Museum is a new attraction in Tyler that started to educate and inform visitors about African American history and culture, both on the regional and national level. “History is important to all of us....

Black Student Association welcomes all to join

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By Madison Heiser Editor-in-Chief Photo courtesy of the Black Student Association The Tyler Junior College Black Student Association was formed in 2009 as a support organization directed toward the African American community and culture. The BSA is open to students of all races and continues to operate...

Review: ‘Malcolm & Marie’ carries great themes but lacks connections

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By Michael Bald Managing and Design Editor Image courtesy of Netflix In the apocalyptic blizzard that engulfed Texas several days ago, I scrolled through my watch list on Netflix trying to find a new release to review. I stumbled across a movie featuring former Disney star Zendaya...

Review: 25 years with ‘The Score’

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By Chris Crymes Entertainment Editor In 1996, hip-hop needed a new hero. Tupac Shakur had been killed that September, and Christopher Wallace, or The Notorious B.I.G., would follow less than a year later. Top songs at the time included a potpourri of gentrified genres being slowly...