Tag Archives: Dallas
Recent trends would suggest megachurches are on the way out, but Texans continue to like everything bigger, including their places of worship....Read More
Critics of young student suspension policies say the practice disproportionately harms students of color, funneling them into the school-to-prison pipeline....Read More
The president of Paul Quinn College on bringing a historically black institution back from the brink.
The president of Paul Quinn College discusses police violence, student debt and bringing a historically black institution back from the brink....Read More
What the future might look like now that the Dallas police force has experimented with a killer robot, plus Texas trivia with a French twist.
Dallas' increasingly militarized police force is now armed with killer robots (really), plus Texas trivia with a French twist....Read More
As authorities prepared to evict its residents, a reporter spent six weeks in Dallas’ biggest homeless camp.
As Dallas authorities prepared to evict Tent City's residents, a reporter spent six weeks living among those who are being shuffled from one camp to the next....Read More
This week on the podcast: Our resident theologian unpacks the Beatitudes for the 'Blue Lives Matter' crowd, while Prairie View remembers Sandra Bland on the anniversary of her death.
Our resident theologian unpacks the Beatitudes for the 'Blue Lives Matter' crowd, and Black activists and scholars join us for a racial justice roundtable....Read More