Edie Phillips

The Housing War and How It Impacts our Black Community Damita Miller-Shanklin Edie Phillips is a Licensed Real Estate Professional. Her career path into Real Estate has been a good one. Phillips came to Austin to attend St. Edwards University. This was a happy medium for her mother as to what college she would attend. Her mother felt SMU in Dallas was too far. Phillps … Continue reading Edie Phillips

Community Shelters Open Thursday 2/3/2022 at 9 a.m

Source: Jessica Kingpetcharat-Bittner, Director Communications & Public Information Office | City of Austin Please share this information to assist anyone who may be in need. Community shelters are open today. The following facilities will open Thursday and Friday starting at 9 a.m. and will serve as community shelters where people can warm up, charge their electronic devices, or need a place to sleep overnight: ·        … Continue reading Community Shelters Open Thursday 2/3/2022 at 9 a.m

Clautier “CeCe” Campbell

Where Healthy Body Meets Healthy Hair By Damita Miller-Shanklin Clautier Campbell is the Healthy Hair Queen. I got the chance to speak with her and discuss her business and how she merges a healthy body with healthy hair.  Tell me a little about yourself? CeCe: I started doing hair when I was in High School with braiding but then started doing natural hair. I opened … Continue reading Clautier “CeCe” Campbell

Do You Still Need Your Vaccine?

Information Provided by Austin Pubilc Health If you are looking for where you can get your booster or other vaccines, Austin Public Health has shared locations where you can walk in or you can schedule your appointment online. Here are the locations: All clinics offer 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and booster doses. Southeast Library (Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson) (Pfizer for ages 12 and up) 5803 Nuckols … Continue reading Do You Still Need Your Vaccine?