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Full Show: Gymnast Lawsuit, And Comedy In The Era Of Political Correctness (April 19, 2018)

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.

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Should Houston Schools Named After Confederate Figures Change Their Names?

Posted on · Earlier this year, HISD unveiled new mascots at four district schools, as part of a policy banning mascots deemed culturally offensive. But it’s not just mascots that can offend some Houstonians. Some question whether schools here should be named after figures from Confederate history – examples include Lee High School, named after General Robert E. Lee. […]

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Confederate Names and Symbols and Your Dental Questions: Houston Matters for Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014

Posted on · Earlier this year, HISD unveiled new mascots at four district schools, as part of a policy banning mascots deemed culturally offensive. But it’s not just mascots that can offend some Houstonians. Some question whether schools here should be named after figures from Confederate history – examples include Lee High School, named after General Robert E. […]