Posted on · Half of all students in Greater Houston are Latino, compared to only 2 percent of board members for local education nonprofits.
Posted on · Houston’s largest and most influential business group has launched an effort to increase diversity in its member companies.
Posted on · Major orchestras in America have mostly white musicians, according an industry-wide study. We take a look at how the Symphony is trying to redirect a pattern set by barriers within the industry.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: We discuss the significance of a new Coca Cola plant in Houston. We examine the Houston Symphony's efforts to be more diverse. We discuss whether celebrities and athletes should speak out on politics. We learn about a new documentary on organ transplants that features Houston. And a photographer talks about his portraits of the homeless.
Posted on · The Charleston-based “Colour of Music Festival” travels to only three cities in the country, and this year Houston is one of them.
Posted on · Whites on average gain, minorities lose wealth after disasters
Posted on · The long-time festival attracts top young musicians from around world to Houston, enriching our present and future music scene.
Posted on · The demographic shift has political implications for the state as a whole and for Harris County in particular
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We learn about a new autonomous shuttle bus METRO is rolling out. We take a closer look at the international makeup of the Houston Dynamo. And our non-experts discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news.
Posted on · While traffic remains the biggest concern of Houstonians, the 37th annual Houston Area Survey indicates flooding is quickly becoming number two.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn about lawsuits filed in Harris County against former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. Then, we learn about efforts to engage more minorities and the economically disadvantaged in becoming "makers." And Houston-area comedians discuss how to still be funny in a more politically correct world.
Posted on · A Houston resident talks about being surprised by the city's diversity.
Posted on · Dr. Everette Penn talks about the importance of spending time with people who don't necessarily look like us and who have different backgrounds.
Posted on · One flyer found at Southern Methodist University prompted University President R. Gerald Turner to state that the group promotes "an abhorrent message...opposite to SMU values."
Posted on · Council member Robert Gallegos says no contractor for Harvey debris removal is Hispanic.