For nearly 15 years, Pamela Rivas fought to save her land from the wall. But her property still crawls with Border Patrol and surveillance technology.
For the Parras family, the fight for environmental justice has always been personal.
Texas Professor Leonard N. Moore’s “Teaching Black History to White People” is a memoir, history lesson, and instructional manual.
Jalen McKee-Rodriguez, San Antonio’s first openly gay council member, wants a local civil rights office to investigate the kind of discrimination he faced as a city staffer.
Dallas’ first freeway was built over a Freedmen’s cemetery, a cultural clear-cutting in a city built on convenience.
A 34-year-old old book set for re-release unearths a painful past with poignant provocation.
As Texas Republicans pit neighbor against neighbor, we must respond by rebuking bigotry and embracing progress.
The former state representative led a revolt against corruption in 1972—and is calling for action now.
As the unhoused population grows, cities like Austin turn to legalized camps, where community and calamity collide.