Austin musician and music producer, Kris Keyz, is using his experience as a way to change the music scene with ATX Music Academy.
Kelli Mason is using Ripple Reads, her new book club subscription, to fulfill her mission and her quest for social justice.
The annual exhibit is up already and it honors members of the Hispanic community who’ve died due to COVID-19.
The Hispanic community has been disproportionately affected by the pandemic and one urban farmer is focused on helping out in any way that she can.
Mental health advocates want to shine a light on disparities they’re seeing in the Latinx community.
La Política, is a progressive, non-partisan group whose focus is getting the young Latino community civically engaged.
Business for China Dynasty continues despite reported discrimination and fears amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A couple of Lake Travis high school friends teamed up to start a nonprofit, The Snkr Truck.
Frida Friday ATX continues virtually during the pandemic as a space for women of color to sell their work.
In Central Texas, Black farmers were a large part of the history with freedman colonies and homesteads.
Isom says he wants this space to be for every race, gender, and age.
Despite closing, Yuyo’s former executive chef Maribel Rivero is not letting this pandemic stop her from sharing her food with the world.
Katrina Brooks, owner of the online shop, Black Pearl Books says at this point, they’re just scaling for the moment.
FOX 7 Austin's Leslie Rangel shares the story of Alejandra Rodriguez, founder of La Flaca ATX.
The group is helping the local Latino community and its fight against COVID-19 as it sees a disproportionate number of coronavirus cases.
After nearly three years on the corner of Airport and Manor, Fast Eddie has to pack up and go. It's a story you've likely heard before in East Austin. Clear the way to make something new.