Tag Archives: Civil Rights
As the president-elect ushers in an era of anti-Muslim rhetoric, Texas Muslims are fighting back.
What we’re seeing in the Muslim community today is just the latest episode in a story as old as our nation and the 13 colonies that preceded it: A religious m...Read More
The process of retiring from the Texas Civil Rights Project, which I founded 25 years ago, has given me the opportunity to reflect on my career as a human right...Read More
Robert Lloyd says commissioners asked him about his views on abortion and same-sex marriage for a constable appointment.
After 15 minutes of routine questions, county commissioners asked about Lloyd’s views on abortion and same-sex marriage. They wanted to know what church he at...Read More
At the LBJ School yesterday, Julian Bond said the election of Barack Obama doesn't mean we’ve achieved a post-racial society....Read More
The Texas Department of Public Safety was warned during a legislative hearing in 2011 that they would “run afoul of the courts” if driver’s license and in...Read More
Though the term “Civil Rights” usually brings up memories of the 1960s, many of the struggles and issues surrounding the movement are startlingly co...Read More