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In Texas, the School-to-Prison Pipeline is Still Going Strong

by | Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 13:06 CST
Students of color and children with special needs were disproportionately affected by law enforcement’s involvement in schools.
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Observatory Podcast No. 4: Living Undocumented

When the DACA Act was implemented, 24-year-old Victor Erives was able to legally live, work and attend school in the country he calls home. Now a Supreme Court ruling could jeopardize those same opportunities for millions of others.

When the DACA Act was implemented, 24-year-old Victor Erives was able to legally live, work and attend school in the country he calls home. Now a Supreme Court ...Read More

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We Are Writers, Too

I enrolled at Texas State hoping to find my voice as a Chicana writer. Instead, I was told to whitewash my work.

I enrolled at Texas State hoping to find my voice as a Chicana writer. Instead, I was told to whitewash my writing and tone down criticisms of my program....Read More

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