Last April, Mary Ann Barclay met with the United Methodist Church’s Austin district leadership after years of preparing to become an ordained minister. She’d […]
Tag Archives: Tyrant’s Foe
DeJuana Lozada was once homeless at age 11. Today, she is advocating for better education for students of color.
For fighting to keep the coast open to the public, Ellis Pickett is a tyrant’s foe.
For helping to pass an anti-fracking ordinance in Dallas, Raymond Crawford is a tyrant’s foe.
A community garden. A voter-education campaign. A community center in a low-income apartment complex. These are some of the programs Charhonda Cox supports as […]
When he took the job at American Smelting and Refining Company in 1972, Carlos Rodriguez was proud to work at a plant that had […]
When the city of Lubbock made a surprise bid to close its health department last July, psychologist Brian Carr made it his personal crusade […]
In 2007, before the Department of Homeland Security could bulldoze the first plot of land to build a wall along the U.S. border with […]
Shailey Gupta-Brietzke first became passionate about aiding survivors of domestic violence 10 years ago, while volunteering at a women’s shelter during college. It was […]
On a recent July morning, Chuck Luther got a call from a soldier serving in northern Iraq. The staff sergeant on the line was […]