A new documentary tells one story of the border through three conflicted young Texans’ job prospects, and the result is emotional, relational, and hard to categorize.
Nic Yeager (they, she) is the culture fellow at the Texas Observer. Originally from Austin, Nic wrote for the Austin Chronicle before joining the Observer. They have a bachelor's degree in American studies and queer studies from Wesleyan University, and co-authored a guidebook 111 Places in Austin That You Must Not Miss.
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Austin-based director Jason Neulander and two Texas actors bring a play about homelessness, police violence, and illness to the screen.
Born and raised in San Antonio, this poet and editor writes to and for other Texans.
The Long, Winding Road that Led to the SBOE’s Decision for Texas Schools to Teach Abstinence-Plus Sex Education
For the first time in 23 years, the State Board of Education has updated the state’s health and sex education standards for middle schoolers. The board voted to expand what students learn about safe sex, but LGBTQ2+ issues and consent are still nowhere to be found.
Brock Cravy has had a long career working on LGBTQ2+ film and television in Texas. Now, he’s making his own rules.
Filmmaker Giorgio Angelini, who hails from Houston, and debut director Arthur Jones teamed up for a new documentary on the internet that clarifies the current moment.
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