Read “Houston radio station accused of BIPOC erasure and whitewashing” On News Break

90.1 KPFT, self-described as Houston’s Community Station, finds itself in hot water once more. Protested, bombed twice, shot at, and the scene of an arrest, the latest controversy involves accusations of whitewashing (“the practice of using only white actors, models, or performers”) and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) erasure. Read the rest on News Break.

Read “Houston Digital Jobs group with 8.7k members (and counting) impacts local job search and hiring efforts” On News Break

Job hunting no longer requires hitting the pavement, dropping off resumes in person, or sending applications into the void of major job sites. Instead, tech-savvy job searchers can simply pull out their laptops or smartphones and scroll through Facebook groups to discover word-of-mouth work opportunities. Read the rest on News Break.