Esteemed professor Dr. Kathleen McElroy. Center photo is Kathleen McElroy working on a story with a Harlem Globetrotter

I SEE U

I SEE U, Episode 97: A Million Ways To DEI with Esteemed Professor Kathleen McElroy

Posted on · Renowned UT-Austin journalism professor, Kathleen McElroy, calls what happened to her this summer an “eye-opener” as she remains passionate in inspiring journalists for tomorrow’s newsrooms despite fallout from a botched hiring scandal at Texas A&M.

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Houston Matters

Artemis 1 launch delayed, and Houston as a technology hub (Aug. 29, 2022)

Posted on · On Monday’s show: We learn what caused the delay in launching NASA's Artemis 1 mission. And should Houston be the real technology capital of Texas instead of Austin? Plus we discuss what water scarcity in the Rio Grande region means for the rest of Texas. And we preview the Texans season.

Susan and Keith (last names withheld for safety) have five-year-old twins, one of whom is a trans girl. Because Texas GOP leaders continue to target trans youth through legislation and policy, Susan and Keith are planning to move out of the state to protect their daughter. 

The twins read a book about Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess, a video game they like playing with their father, on Monday, April 18, 2022.

Health

Trans kids and their families are leaving Texas amid state efforts to charge parents with child abuse

Posted on · Some families no longer see a future for their transgender kids in Texas. They’re moving to states with strong civil rights protections for trans people.

The Texas State Capitol Building in Austin.

Politics

Houston and Austin could gain Texas’ 2 new congressional seats — but what about rural districts?

Posted on · A first draft of the new congressional redistricting maps has been released, showing two new seats in metropolitan areas due to growing populations.

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