Posted on · Our panel of guests share their thoughts on trending topics in the news.
Posted on · Our panel weighs in on the recent SCOTUS rulings and the impact these decisions could have on Americans.
Posted on · President Donald Trump and presidential candidate Joe Biden took separate stages on separate channels as they attempted to talk directly to the American people while pulling attention away from the other, and listeners call in with their reactions.
Posted on · We offer an analysis of the 2020 election's first presidential debate.
Posted on · Johnny Mata has dedicated more than half his life fighting against police brutality in Houston’s communities of color.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Gov. Greg Abbott loosens some COVID-19 restrictions, high school students work to diversify school curriculum, profiles of iconic Houston Latinos, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week’s news.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Mayoral candidate Tony Buzbee, a new supercomputer near Katy, and why Talento Bilingue went under.
Posted on · The Texas State Board of Education rejected yet another Mexican-American studies textbook in a preliminary vote. But members said they were open to the idea of creating an official elective course
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Posted on · A new bookstore has opened just east of downtown focusing on Latino books and artwork. It's called Nuestra Palabra, and it's the brainchild of activist and educator Tony Diaz and colleague Richard Reyes. Houston Matters producer Maggie Martin visits the bookstore to learn more. MORE: There's a New Place to Buy Latino Literature in Houston […]
Posted on · The grassroots effort brings books to a traditionally underserved Houston neighborhood.
Posted on · The state board is scheduled to have a public hearing on the book Tuesday, then a committee hearing Wednesday and a potential final vote Friday.
Posted on · This week (Sept. 25 — Oct. 1, 2016) is Banned Books Week, celebrating intellectual freedom and the freedom to read in the United States. In her web series Writing the City, Houston Public Media's Dacia Clay is highlighting the event all this week with interviews with educators and activists. That included a conversation with James […]
Posted on · The full D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday (Sept. 27, 2016) heard oral arguments over a case challenging the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan. West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency is seen by many environmental and industry watchers as one of the most important environmental cases in nearly a decade, as it will decide whether […]
Posted on · Love may be a battlefield, but schools are the theaters of war when it comes to intellectual freedom.