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The Grassroots Organization That Wants To Transform Texas

A new group is looking to make its mark in Texas through combatting voter suppression and ensuring every district has a well-funded Democratic nominee. Blue Texas, which is a joint venture between Power the Vote and Every State Blue, is a grassroots...

Poll: Most Americans Don’t Agree With Abortion Bans

This week a new poll from NPR and Ipsos shows that most Americans oppose outright bans on abortion, like the kind found in Texas. The Signal spoke with Mallory Newall, the Vice President of Public Affairs for Ipsos about that and other results from the...

Louie Gohmert Sought Presidential Pardon Over January 6

The January Sixth hearings have so far provided compelling and explosive details about efforts from former President Trump and his inner circle to try and circumvent the 2020 election, which was won by President Joe Biden. Yesterday’s hearing also offe...

Education Remains a Driving Force in Texas Races

A handful of runoff races over the weekend means that election season in Texas is finally, and mercifully, over until November. Still, the runoff races highlighted the growing divisions over education that have spilled over into school board and colleg...

Mimi Marziani to Step Down as President of the Texas Civil Rights Project

The Texas Civil Rights Project announced today that their current President Mimi Marziani will be stepping down at the end of this year. For many in Texas, Marziani has been one of the most visible leaders on a variety of issues ranging from voting rig...

Dr. Catalina Garcia on Running For Dallas College Board of Trustees

Though many in Texas have their eyes focused on November, there are still several key local runoff elections happening throughout the state. Perhaps one of the most important local races is in Dallas, for a spot on the Dallas College Board of Trustees....

A Brief History of Pride in Texas

With many cities kicking off their June Pride festivities this weekend, we thought we could take the time now to look back at some of the most important moments in Texas Pride History. The June Pride month commemorates what is now known as the Stone...

In Dallas, Beto O’Rourke Pledges Concrete Action to Curb Gun Violence

At a town hall in Dallas, gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke heard everything: chants, clapping, and even tears. The town hall, coming six days after the tragic shooting in Uvalde which killed 19 children and 2 teachers, was a chance for O’Rourke to...

After Attacks on Asian-owned Businesses, AAPI Community Urges More Action

Violence against Asian Americans has increased exponentially since the coronavirus pandemic. In Texas, many in the AAPI community feel that acutely, heightened by recent attacks in Dallas that were at first overlooked as hate crimes. Last week, the ...

Three Korean Women Injured by Gunman at Dallas Hair Salon

On Wednesday, an armed man opened fire at the Hair World Salon in north Dallas, in an area known as the Asian Trade District. Three Korean women were shot and transported to local hospitals, where they are expected to recover. At a media briefing, D...

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