The new stained glass windows at the Washington National Cathedral fill the space that once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
A briefing was held Tuesday before city leaders from Fort Worth’s Race and Culture Task Force, a group given the task in 2016 to engage the public and make recommendations to improve race relations within the city.
There were 23 North Texas public school district leaders who met Thursday to talk about ways to keep students of color in the pipeline toward colleges and universities in the UT System.
Some four years after someone complained about it being degrading to African Americans, historical images across the front of Will Rogers Memorial Center will get an upgrade.
Last year, 2,000 African American students who graduated from Texas high schools in the top ten percent of their class did not go to any college or university. Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp says we want those students in college. But a troubled summer around race in hiring and college admissions is something the A&M system has to reckon with.
Saturday was move-in day for Paul Quinn College, and a national non-profit was there to help get students’ stuff into their rooms.
Pop and R&B sensation Ne-Yo appeared to reverse course for a second time regarding his stance on children receiving gender transition treatments.
New laws targeting LGBTQ+ people are proliferating in GOP-led states, but the conversations often lack a clear understanding of how many people will be directly affected.
The Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley National Monument will be located across three sites in Illinois and Mississippi and will be federally protected places.
A Dallas pastor, Reverend Frederick Douglass Haynes III, will succeed the Reverend Jesse Jackson as leader of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who is 81, is stepping down as president from the civil rights group he founded more than 50 years ago, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
A Black professor who was hired at Texas A&M University to revitalize the school's journalism program had her contract drastically changed. Some are saying it's because of her work to improve diversity in newsrooms.
An Oklahoma judge has thrown out a lawsuit seeking reparations for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, dashing an effort to obtain some measure of legal justice by survivors of the deadly racist rampage.
Institutions of higher learning will have to rethink admissions practices, especially at top Texas schools that are more likely to consider race in who gets in.
The Keller Independent School District passed two new policies that will affect how its LGBTQ+ students use restrooms and locker rooms. It also affects how they’re addressed by teachers.
The mural pays tribute to a long-gone piece of the city's past. It also depicts African Americans who helped union soldiers during the civil war.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a new law that bans transgender college athletes from competing on teams or in sports that don't align with their sex at birth.
It's a milestone in Bud Light's months-long sales decline since early April, when critics who were angered by the brewer sending a commemorative can to transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney vowed to boycott the brand.
Ahead of the Juneteenth holiday this weekend, an Arlington hospital honored a woman who made history there. She was the first black nurse to ever work in Arlington.
Texas has some work to do after a recent study showed six cities were named among the least LGBTQ+ friendly.