52 bills, and counting. This current legislative session is Texas’s most brazen attempt to eradicate our state’s LGBTQ+ community.
A new work of historical fiction, set for release June 23, explores a Texas freedmen’s school and raises questions of white authorship.
Civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt, who represented George Floyd’s family, on running for Texas attorney general and ending “comply or die” policing.
A 34-year-old old book set for re-release unearths a painful past with poignant provocation.
The former state representative led a revolt against corruption in 1972—and is calling for action now.
For years, community groups have been organizing to stop a massive highway expansion. In March, the federal government paused the project, citing serious civil rights concerns.
Civil Rights Groups Call ‘Election Integrity’ Bill a ‘Dangerous New Assault on Voting Rights in Texas’
A coalition of civil rights groups warns that SB 9 would “sharply escalate an ongoing campaign of voter suppression.”
Experts say the city’s lawsuit, filed this month against a man who allowed a homeless camp to be developed on his property, is virtually unprecedented.
The Texas Civil Rights Project announced it will no longer receive funding from its largest donor, a nonprofit created by the Texas Supreme Court.
The high court’s intervention raises the possibility that next year’s election may feature “intentionally discriminatory” congressional and state House districts.