A pair of protests Friday night will put a voice to concerns over law enforcement issues in North Texas. However, the demonstrations bring up questions about safety.
Baggage handlers for Southwest Airlines on Tuesday are protesting the company’s recent slide in on-time performance at 16 different airports across the country.
The killings of Eric Garner and Michael Brown have inspired a musical outpouring perhaps unseen in the U.S. since “We Shall Overcome” became a civil-rights standard in the 1960s.
Protesters blocked traffic in several cities on Thursday night, including Dallas, during a second night of demonstrations over the death of Eric Garner.
The protests in Ferguson, Missouri fueled unrest in Dallas as well, with at least seven North Texans behind bars on Wednesday morning.
In response to the Michael Brown decision, protestors took to the streets of North Texas.
After months of speculation, it was confirmed Monday night that the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri will not face criminal charges.
Police in the St. Louis suburb where a white officer shot and killed an unarmed 18-year-old black teenager have started wearing body cameras, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Dallas and Denton were among the more than 90 cities across the country where groups gathered to echo the message of peace. Thousands of Americans marked a moment of silence to honor victims of police brutality.
Protesters in North Texas and across America were on a mission Friday to keep attention focused on the border crisis. There were demonstrations across the country, but the largest one in North Texas was in Dallas.
About a dozen people gathered outside the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas to protest the President’s decision to send 300 military advisers to Iraq.