The Texas Organizing Project is a grass-roots membership organization organizing in four cities at a neighborhood level. They’re organizing model involves strategic issue-based campaigns that engage people in the fight for their daily lives, direct actions, disrupt power structures, and deliver meaningful change with broad support base.
Texas boasts about its economic power and its investment in economic development, but it doesn’t ensure that there are high standards for math and science. It really does create a double standard when you start seeing there are more affluent, wealthy districts who are providing that access. The current system maintains privilege for some and […]
One would expect Latino interests and concerns among the 87thLegislative Session’s budget priorities given they represent 40% of the states’ population and are a major reason for the state gaining 2 congressional seats: however, …
Latino faculty representation and leadership is crucial across Texas’s higher education system. Yet, Latino/a faculty is experiencing wage inequities regardless of equivalent and better qualifications. A group of Latino/a professors at UT Austin have been leading efforts to redress the extensively documented promotion and pay inequities that cut across the UT Higher Education System.
According to one researcher, it appears most Texas children live in neighborhoods with below average opportunities. Further, the state has an underdevelopment problem that is evident in its ability to produce the workforce needed to compete for and attract the best paying industries. The wide variation in outcomes across the state speaks to regional differences […]