Tag Archives: race
Organizers of the second-annual State of Black Austin event say the city can't confront gentrification without confronting historic racial marginalization....Read More
Lamar County's Russ Towers would be first openly LGBT Republican elected in Texas.
With no Democrat running, if Towers defeats Sisson in the March 1 primary, he would become the first openly LGBT person to win an election as a Republican in Te...Read More
A new Austin pop-up film series celebrates women filmmakers of color who create art across a diversity of genres, from experimental film to horror....Read More
An equal rights ordinance would have offered protections for all Houstonians, but many groups say they weren’t represented by Houston Unites’ strategic leadership.
HERO would have offered protections for all Houstonians, but those who live at the intersection of multiple points of marginalization simply weren’t reflected...Read More
New report shows disparities in school discipline are more pronounced for kids in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.
A vote by Houston ISD school board this month could make Texas’ largest school district the first with a ban on suspending young students. The proposal in Hou...Read More