Black History month has ended and it was yet another monumental year of progress from whence the African American race and mankind in general has come, particularly in regards to the diaspora of the African American experience. Here in Central Texas, Huston-Tillotson University would again celebrate another homecoming event in February, excited about the basketball, not football season, in that this historic institution does not have a team; the Austin Examiner would also celebrate and acknowledge the career of Coach Howard Ware, a nationally know coach, who has dedicated his service to the University and the entire Central Texas region.
Speaking with Coach Ware in Part two of our interview, with part one being conducted last year, he shared serious passion and desire about his coaching and mentorship ministry, as he has always have. He would go on to explain the history of the school and stories of some of the young people he have been able to help come to Huston-Tillotson University. Some of these students he said, came to HT with marginal athletic abilities and by the time they left and graduated, had become All-Americans and scholar athletes. There are so many stories similar to this one around the country and world and Coach Howard Ware is one of those few individuals that humanity gets to hear about. We commend you Coach Ware this gone Black History month, for your service, and dedication to the Historic Huston-Tillotson, Central Texas, and all the young people lives you touch.