As part of a Sunset Commission review, Texans are calling out the state agency for failing to address environmental injustices.
Houston Is Hailed as a National Success for Fighting Homelessness. But the Reality Isn’t Quite as Rosy.
Simple overall stats don’t show the truth of the housing crisis.
The “I Can See Clearly Now” singer was much more than a one-hit wonder.
Decades of exposure to cancer-causing chemicals are sickening Black residents at alarming rates. But courts and the company responsible for the contamination say the burden of proof is on the community.
The former state representative led a revolt against corruption in 1972—and is calling for action now.
After nearly $4 billion in county and federal funding for infrastructure projects, the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods still aren't protected.
The Museum of Fine Arts Houston was one of the first major American art museums to reopen its doors to the public after a month long closure due to the pandemic. As the art world lavished praise on the institution for its bold plans, employees tell a very different story.
More than 40 years after the Texas Southern University professor researched the first environmental justice case, communities of color still face an uphill battle claiming their right to clean air and a healthy neighborhood. Federal environmental justice legislation could change that.
This photo essay celebrates Houston’s Black farmers who are busy tilling the soil and feeding the people.
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.