As the coronavirus pandemic engulfs Texas’ metropolitan areas , Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has left the door open for massive indoor gatherings. And organizers are moving forward with some big ones, including the Texas Republican party’s upcoming convention in Houston.
When a participant at a rally in Austin to protest police brutality threw a rock at a line of officers in the Texas capital, officers responded by firing beanbag rounds — ammunition that law enforcement deems “less lethal” than bullets. A beanbag cracked 20-year-old Justin Howell’s skull and, according to his family, damaged his brain. Adding to the pain, police admit the Texas State University student wasn’t the intended target.
Dallas Black Dance Theatre's Legacy series revisits a world premiere work and live artist talk back.
Anthony Carnevale, director of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, joins us to talk about how our higher education system contributes to inequality.
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