Criminal Justice

 

Raising the Bars

by | Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 12:41 CST
What's next for Texas criminal justice reform?
Dara Musick, second from left, rehearsing at the Dougherty Arts Center in Austin for "Mothers and Daughters, a staged reading coordinated by Conspire Theater. by

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‘Go Back to Islam’

When hatred collides with Texas’ Stand Your Ground law, the result is fatal.

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