Posted on · Racial justice activist and legal expert, Jeffery Robinson, admits that he’s not about bashing America or making someone feel guilty about what happened hundreds of years ago—he simply holds a passionate advocacy for providing new perspectives on the truth of our American history. This episode is an encore of the October 29, 2022 original broadcast.
Posted on · Discussing the violence that occurred with the activist who led the lawsuit against the organizers of the Unite the Right rally.
Posted on · Racial justice activist and legal expert, Jeffery Robinson, admits that he’s not about bashing America or making someone feel guilty about what happened hundreds of years ago—he simply holds a passionate advocacy for providing new perspectives on the truth of our American history.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Paying homage to a prominent Texas feminist, a conversation with City Councilmember Martha Castex-Tatum, and the nation's reckoning with Confederate monuments.
Posted on · NAACP Houston branch president James M. Douglas condemned the decision to relocate the Spirit of the Confederacy statue to the Houston Museum of African American Culture.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Federal workers protest the shutdown. A new study examines violence in HISD schools. We discuss the messages Confederate icons convey to the public. We break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And NPR's Carrie Johnson talks about covering the Justice Department.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: A Baytown company is seeking an exemption from the Trump administration's tariffs, We discuss Texas' many remaining Confederate monuments. Our listeners share their pet peeves about life in Greater Houston. And we learn about some cheap activities to do this summer.
Posted on · A meeting between state Rep. Eric Johnson, D-Dallas, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over Confederate monuments on Capitol grounds ended with the governor supportive of remove a controversial plaque, according to Johnson
Posted on · Most Texas voters don’t want to remove Confederate memorials or put them in museums, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll. Most Republicans don't want to do anything at all.
Posted on · Our panel of non-experts weighs in on the stories from this week's news and decides if they're good, bad or ugly.
Posted on · The Mayor will seek input from experts at local universities, such as the University of Houston, Texas Southern University and Rice University.