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Par Meng and her toddler, Peter Lien, are Burmese refugees who've lived in Amarillo for two years. Local leaders and conservative activists have pressured resettlement groups to bring fewer refugees like them to the city. by

The Strangers Next Door

How Amarillo became a safe haven from violence across the world — and Ground Zero in the backlash against refugees.

How Amarillo became a safe haven from violence across the world — and Ground Zero in the backlash against refugees....Read More

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We Are Writers, Too

I enrolled at Texas State hoping to find my voice as a Chicana writer. Instead, I was told to whitewash my work.

I enrolled at Texas State hoping to find my voice as a Chicana writer. Instead, I was told to whitewash my writing and tone down criticisms of my program....Read More

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King’s Gambit

Daniel King's quiet mission to transform public education in South Texas.

The early college movement is growing fast today — a free head start on higher education is especially alluring in a time of boundless student debt — and Da...Read More

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