On Monday’s Houston Matters: Hundreds gathered at a Houston vigil Sunday night to remember those who were killed in Saturday's shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Leaders of Houston's Jewish community share with us their reactions and concerns in the wake of the tragedy.
Also this hour: In April of 1994, Jeanne Celestine-Lakin was a young schoolgirl in Rwanda when a wave of genocide began against her and her fellow Tutstis. At only nine years old, her parents and most of her adult relatives were killed. Now living in Houston, she’s written a book about her loss of innocence and fight for survival, called A Voice in the Darkness.
Then, with numerous medical schools already in existence across the state, we learn why Sam Houston State University is working to launch its proposed College of Osteopathic Medicine.
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