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What Makes ‘El Paso Strong’?

Having been born and raised in El Paso, it’s clear to me that inclusion – regardless of race, income, or nationality – lives at the heart of our city’s culture.

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Black History Is Texas History

Authored by Sarah Serpas and Kaitlan Wong This Black History Month, we celebrated Black Texans across the state because Black history is Texas history. Explore our Storymap Data Brief on

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A Better FAFSA: It’s About Time!

All students – regardless of race, class, or gender – deserve affordable post-secondary education. Access to financial aid makes it possible for many students to attain post-secondary education and pursue

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Reflections on Race-Class Narrative

This blog was authored by Every Texan’s Southern Education Leadership Initiative (SELI) Fellow Jack Kiggins. Race Class Narrative (RCN) and its messaging strategy potential is an encouraging step forward in

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