A demonstration near downtown Dallas managed to turn a few heads and land several protesters in jail.
Police escorted about a dozen protesters from the audience as Gov. Greg Abbott began his commencement address to graduates at the University of North Texas.
A North Texas group plans to gather Friday night in a call for people to stand up against police brutality. The rally will eventually merge with Texas Organizing Project activists who are marching on immigration issues.
Tuesday night the movie American Sniper was ‘under fire’ on the University of Texas at Arlington campus. Some students are planning on protesting a campus screening of the award-winning film.
Shouting… cursing… stopping cars – those were just some of the actions of protestors, in front of the Dallas home of Parker Rice, the University of Oklahoma freshman seen leading Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members in a racist chant.
The group, Next Generation Action Network, has decided to use the home of Parker Rice as the location for a public demonstration against racism.
The ambush-style killing of two New York policemen has officers in North Texas concerned.
More demonstrations were held in North Texas to protest a New York grand jury’s decision
North Texas residents joined people across the country and participated in a second night of “This Stops Today” rallies, in response to the Eric Garner and Michael Brown grand jury decisions.
Hundreds of North Texans took to the streets to show their outrage over a grand jury decision not to indict a New York City police officer for an apparent chokehold death.
Once upon a time, Dominique Alexander of Dallas considered ‘civil rights’ a collection of grainy, black and white images of our nation’s past. But now, the new father says the crisis of police brutality is ushering in a new era.
National Union Organizers and a few Walmart employees plan to use Black Friday to demonstrate for higher pay and more favorable working conditions.