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LIVE from historical Ashton Villa in Galveston, Texas – the birthplace of Juneteenth

Posted on · Today, we're on location where African Americans were officially declared free from slavery on June 19, 1865. Our conversation reflects on a time of celebration, while learning the history and the deeper meaning of the Juneteenth holiday itself.

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Aldine ISD drama teacher honored with prestigious Tony Award. Plus, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins’ mother inspires others as a survivor and advocate of domestic violence.

Posted on · Roshunda Jones-Koumba will be presented with the 2022 Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education, an honor that acknowledges a theater educator shaping the next generation of artists and performers. And, Sabrina Greenlee shares her personal story of domestic abuse, how it continues to harm our communities, and the work she is doing to help survivors.

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Houston wellness coach shares inspiring story of self-discovery and healing in new book. Plus, Theater Under the Stars is ready for its season debut!

Posted on · We talk with TaShell Williams about her book 'One Lung to Live', which takes us on a personal journey of how tragedy can produce inspiration and equip us with life lessons that help us become better versions of ourselves. And, live theatre is back, with Theatre Under the Stars announcing its lineup for the upcoming 2022 – 2023 season that starts in September.

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The Year in Race and Social Justice

Posted on · This week Town Square reflects on the events that defined 2020 in a three-part special series. These memorable roundtable discussions feature some of our favorite guests in the past year to discuss the leading events that have shaped our lives.