From Black Enterprise:
On Monday February 27th, 10x-NBA All-Star, basketball legend, entrepreneur, and philanthropist James Harden‘s Impact13 Foundation joined forces with the Houston Housing Authority to reinvigorate, recharge, and revive Cuney Home’s Basketball Court. As a beloved hub for recreation and community in the Third Ward, the court design not only boasts fresh coats of paint and state-of-the-art equipment, but also vivid artistry. Overlooking the space, a powerful mural by local artist Henry Agim depicts George Floyd in a “54” jersey—his high school number.
The court was initially unveiled to the public on Monday presented by David Northern (President and C.E.O. of Houston Housing Authority), Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Pilar Donnelly (Impact13), Sakara Ross (SNR Construction), Shareeduh McGee-Tate (George Floyd family), and Henry Agim.
The event included a thoughtful press conference followed by the unveiling of the revitalized Cuney Home’s Basketball Court. Festivities continued into the early evening with basketball games, a sneaker giveaway, sno-cones, and light bites.
Read Black Enterprise's article "James Harden's Foundation Partners with Houston Housing Authority to Revitalize and Reopen Local Basketball Court."