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Why Aren’t There More Ballet Dancers of Color? Discussing Diversity in Dance

Posted on · Ballet has found itself struggling to keep up with the times when it comes to diversifying. For more than 200 years, ballet positions like the arabesque and Plié have endured almost unchanged, but today the dancers performing these moves are no longer always white. Houston, which prides itself on being the most diverse city in America, has actually […]

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HHS, New Sheriff & Drug Lawsuits: Wednesday’s Show (June 17, 2015)

Posted on · Texas Health and Human Services Commissioner Kyle Janek recently announced his resignation. He’ll step down July 1. His deputy, Chris Taylor, will replace him. Janek’s departure comes as the agency faces a number of issues, including a controversy surrounding a no-bid contract with an Austin-based technology company to detect Medicaid fraud. On this edition of […]