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Texas Schools Ban More than 700 Books, Including LGBTQ Titles

Texas schools lead the country with the most book bans, removing more than 700 titles from school libraries.

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A ZOOM Conversation with Author Sarah Schulman

Join us on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at 6:30 pm for a ZOOM conversation with author Sarah Schulman. Presented in…

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The 2021 Texas Tribune Festival

The Texas Tribune Festival is a multiday celebration of big, bold ideas about politics, public policy and the day’s news,…

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Energy Day Houston 2019

Energy Day, Houston’s largest annual free family festival, showcases science, technology, engineering and mathematics through entertaining, hands-on experiments and demonstrations.…

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education

A Place at the Table: Transitioning in the Workplace

What happens when a fundamental, powerfully suppressed truth is finally spoken out loud? Join us for this ongoing series exploring…

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Transitioning in the Therapy Room

What happens when a fundamental, powerfully suppressed truth is finally spoken out loud? Join us for this ongoing series exploring…

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The War on Rats: (Mis)representing the Bubonic Plague

Join Dr. Melissa Bailar, PhD. and Rice University Professor, for an evening of discussion on “The War on Rats: (Mis)representing…

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An Educator’s Point of View on Senate Bill 6

Senate Bill 6 is about discrimination and not about privacy.

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Features

Educating the Next Generation Through LGBT Studies

What began as a one-section course taught by Dr. Guillermo de los Reyes in 2010 has become a four-section offering…

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A Career in Review: Tim Martindell, Educator

Prior to his recent retirement, Tim Martindell, EdD, had worked in education for over 30 years, both in teaching and…

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