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Hundreds gather at Texas Capitol to protest border detention centers on Independence
July 4, 2019
Hundreds of people holding posters and banners marched through downtown Austin on July 4 to protest the Trump administration's use of detention centers along the southern border. “This is a holiday that celebrates freedom, and we couldn’t just let it happen as usual,” protest organizer Crystal Bird Caviel said.
Tour Arts and Crafts exhibit at Harry Ransom Center before it goes away
July 1, 2019
Since February, The Harry Ransom Center has been displaying an exhibit on the Arts and Crafts movement in Britain and America titled “The Rise of Everyday Design.” The exhibit tells the story of how 20th-century advertising was fueled by rising socialist views in the mid-19th and 20th centuries, which visitors can learn about before the exhibit leaves July 14.
Dell Med panel discusses health, social issues black community faces
June 27, 2019
“Austin, Texas, is the most racist place I've lived,” panelist Charlotte Caples said. “We don’t really talk about it, but we have to address it if we are even gonna start talking about health care.”