“If you can’t beat Ted Cruz, one of the more wildly unpopular figures in Texas politics, how do you mount a challenge against the governor?”
As he was fighting for the Legislature to change state bail laws, the governor continued his emergency order to restrict no-cost jail releases during the pandemic. At least several Texas courts have deemed the order unconstitutional.
After exploring gentrification and immigration, Make Art With Purpose’s zine, Let’s Talk, dives into mental health in its third issue. Make Art With Purpose, or MAP, published Let’s Talk 3 on March 9, 2021. The zine comprises poetry, prose, photography, artwork, and articles from 11 artists and writers from across the globe. It will […]
Annalee Newitz, contributing opinion writer for The New York Times, joins us to talk about cities that lasted millennia and then disappeared, and the answers they can provide for how we live together today.
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