Protests to remove racist statues and iconography are part of a larger effort to reframe Texas history.
Austin isn’t the only Texas city where trust between police and communities of color has frayed this year.
Ben Sargent on the GOP’s racism. Trump will be in Dallas for a rally on October 17.
750 polling places in Texas have been shuttered since Shelby v. Holder, the Supreme Court decision that released the state from federal oversight in changing its voter laws and practices.
Giorgio Angelini, the film’s director and a native Houstonian, discusses the movie ahead of a showing in Austin on September 10.
An electrifying new documentary captures a forgotten conflict in the sleepy coastal community of Seadrift.
A federal court delivers a stern warning but no relief despite Texas’ long history of deliberately discriminatory voting laws.
In 1910, East Texas saw one of America’s deadliest post-Reconstruction racial purges. One survivor’s descendants have waged an uphill battle for generations to unearth that violent past.
The East Texas tea partier came to the defense of white nationalist Steve King, underscoring the Iowa congressman’s deep ties with Lone Star conservatives.
Ray Myers drew national attention for statements made on Facebook. His fellow tea partier in the state Senate said he’s a victim of “perverted extreme political correctness.”