North Texans Reflect On Murder Of George Floyd 1 Year Later“After people watched the video, we knew people in our community, black and white, were hurting and scared. We didn’t want them to feel they were alone,” Lowry Manders said.
Speaker Series In Dallas Marks 1-Year Anniversary Of George Floyd's MurderFloyd's death last May sparked months of rallies and protests worldwide against police brutality and systemic racism.
As 1-Year Anniversary Approaches, George Floyd's Family Holds Rally, March Of RemembranceMembers of George Floyd’s family traveled from Texas to Minnesota to join citizens, activists, and others who lost loved ones to police encounters for a march marking the one-year anniversary of Floyd’s death.
Houston Area Leaders Pass Resolution In Support Of Pardoning George Floyd For 2004 Drug ArrestThe Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously approved the resolution in support of the pardon request, which was submitted last month to the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles.
'Some Knucklehead' Vandalized George Floyd Mural In Houston, Police Chief SaysHouston police say a mural honoring George Floyd on the eastern fringe of downtown was vandalized Thursday, April 22, but was quickly restored by its muralist.
In Texas, Floyd's Hometown Rejoices In Verdict But Tempers ExpectationsIn the streets of Houston’s Third Ward, a historically black neighborhood where George Floyd grew up, there were shouts filled with the word “justice” in the moments after former police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder.
“True Justice... Would Be George Floyd Being Alive Today” - Community Leaders, Criminology Expert Weigh In On Chauvin VerdictFrom community leaders to criminology experts, people in North Texas have been weighing in on the Derek Chauvin trial.
Mild Celebrations In Downtown Dallas Follow Derek Chauvin Guilty VerdictA handful of social justice groups met up at Dallas City Hall to celebrate the news Tuesday night.
'Verdict Not Justice, It's Accountability': North Texas Leaders React To Derek Chauvin Guilty On All CountsChauvin was found guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree unintentional murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd last year.
Derek Chauvin Guilty On All 3 Counts In George Floyd’s DeathFollowing nearly a year of protest, introspection and raw emotion, former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty of second-degree murder and two other charges in Floyd’s death.
Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial LiveClosing arguments are underway Monday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of murdering George Floyd.
George Floyd's Family From Texas Take Seat In Courtroom At Ex-Officer's Minneapolis Murder TrialAt least one member of George Floyd's family from Texas often occupies a reserved seat in the back corner of the Minneapolis courtroom where former police officer Derek Chauvin is on trial.
Reforms That Include Banning Chokeholds Pushed In Texas As Trial Nears In George Floyd DeathOutside of George Floyd's public memorial last summer in Texas, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott floated the possibility of a law named in honor of the longtime Houston resident.
Texas Leaders Unveil Mural Honoring George Floyd In Front Of Jack Yates High, His Alma MaterA two-block long mural dedicated to George Floyd was unveiled over the weekend. The dedication is along a street that passes in front of Floyd's alma mater, Jack Yates High School, in Houston.
Parents, Students Outraged After Dallas ISD School Assignment Lists Kyle Rittenhouse Among Gandhi, Other 'Heroes'A controversial W. T. White High School English assignment is drawing people's ire for asking students to write about a modern-day hero, and including accused Kenosha killer, Kyle Rittenhouse.