The activist and organizer shined a light on migrant deaths in South Texas in 2012. Now, his group is using alliances and technology to save more lives....Read More
Deportations along Mexico’s southern border more than doubled between 2013 and 2015, forcing migrants into remote areas where many are robbed or exploited....Read More
The 491-mile walk led to the first statewide minimum wage and effectively launched the farmworkers’ movement in Texas.
Austin demonstrators recreated part of 1966's 491-mile march for better farmworker conditions, which effectively led to the state's first minimum wage....Read More
If the real estate mogul loses, he’s the only one who will emerge unscathed.
Donald Trump's Texas crowds have shrunk, distilled down to the angriest supporters. If he loses, writes Chris Hooks, they'll be angrier than ever....Read More
In a settlement, Texas has been forced to clarify which forms of ID it'll accept from undocumented parents who say they were denied their kids' records....Read More
Locals called the environmental regulators' decision ‘unconscionable.’
Locals called the TCEQ's decision "unconscionable," saying that wastewater from the mine will pollute drinking water for Maverick County residents....Read More
Writes Gregg Barrios: Ali "gave me and countless others the moral right to protest the draft and the war," and inspired a new wave of activists of color....Read More