Posted on · Currently, LBJ is the only hospital serving the northeast quadrant of Harris County. The rebuild would include increasing its number of patient beds by over 80 percent, from 215 to 390, with room for up to 450 total if extra beds were needed.
Posted on · The NAACP and other local civil rights activists are prepared to hit the streets of Baytown and protest the ruling.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We learn about efforts to rename Negrohead Lake in Baytown, and a new study examines the stress staying at home during the pandemic has caused low-income families.
Posted on · Since January of 2015, Dr. James Douglas has served as president of the Houston chapter of the NAACP. The Interim Dean of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University leads the famed civil rights organization here in Houston at a time when a new generation of civil rights leaders and organizers are […]
Posted on · On this, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we remember the March on Washington from 50 years ago, and Dr. King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech delivered in front of more than a quarter million civil rights supporters. The speech, and that march, have become defining moments of the civil rights era. Back in […]
Posted on · In recognition of Martin Luther King Day, Houston Matters will devote much of todayâs program to civil rights. Weâll listen back to conversations from this past summer about the civil rights era in Houston. Weâll hear from Reverend William Lawson, Pastor Emeritus of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, and Dr. James Douglas, Executive Vice President and […]