Hundreds took to the streets of Austin after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
Two industry-backed bills in the Texas Legislature would charge environmental activists who allegedly engage in civil disobedience at oil and gas sites with a felony.
Activists and landowners called on Rio Grande Valley residents to resist construction of a wall and protect property rights and wildlife.
“They’re right-wing extremists, but events like this attract white supremacists as well, because these ideologies line up.”
On the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting, Austin students called on lawmakers to take their fear and demands for gun control seriously.
Students at UT-Austin Wednesday protested both proposed tax legislation and what they say are exploitative labor conditions.
About 70 people battled the rain Friday to protest against the attorney general. Some brought a homemade Klansman robe to trample with other activists.
Texas is home to 178 public memorials to the Confederacy, second only to Virginia.
“At any type of rally we hold, we always encourage people to bring their rifles,” said an organizer with a group that defends Confederate monuments.
The grassroots group of reproductive justice activists have seized a terrifying political moment and created a defiant act of pop-cultural resistance.