The free three-day event starts April 8 and is a follow-up to the LBJ Foundation’s 2014 Civil Rights Summit.
”The Upshaws of County Line,” a new book and exhibit currently at Museum of the Big Bend, chronicles a safe haven established by African American Texans.
An exhibition on police brutality prompts allegations, shutdown after curator is dismissed.
The first two installments of Vincent Valdez’s The Beginning Is Near trilogy—on view now in Austin and Houston, respectively—paint a picture of a fight for America’s soul.
Five decades ago, Myrtis Dightman broke the color barrier in professional rodeo and became one of the best bull riders who ever lived. But his imprint on the sport was only just beginning.
More than two decades ago, Christopher Scott was wrongfully imprisoned for murder. Now he’s devoting his time to help free others.
As Coachella’s Saturday night headliner, Beyoncé chose to share the HBCU experience in a performance full of black cultural history.
How an African-American family managed to rise to prominence during the height of Jim Crow-era segregation.
He was a highlight of Austin’s creative community and, in death, a spotlight on the city’s problems with race.
At his SXSW keynote speech, Coates shared the thoughts that he’ll no longer be tweeting.