Tag Archives: race
The oldest public park in Houston has been transformed by a $33 million renovation. But will it be enough to save the Third Ward?
Behind the New Look of Houston’s Oldest Park, a Complex Racial History The oldest public park in Houston has been transformed by a $33 million renovation. But...Read More
Steve Adler said the task force will focus on institutional racism, rather than individual attitudes.
“Don’t be afraid to break some eggs,” Mayor Adler instructed task force leaders during a Wednesday afternoon press conference. “And don’t be afraid to...Read More
How the conservative Christian myth of a fallen America connects with Trump’s dystopian fearmongering.
Our resident theologian unpacks the philosophy uniting Trump's longing for a mythologized good old days and evangelical Christianity's 'fallen America.'...Read More
Critics say the orders aren't necessarily irrelevant just because they’re old.
The last Texas districts remaining under decades-old desegregation orders are working to get out from under them. But are the orders irrelevant just because the...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