Washington D.C. Co-Host with NPR's Alt.Latino
In West Dallas, concerns over alleged voter fraud have delayed the results of the District 6 seat on the City Council. A runoff is likely.
Texas legislators are considering Senate Bill 6, the so-called bathroom bill -- it would require transgender people to use the bathroom in schools and government buildings that matches the sex on their birth certificate. The bill is on the minds of those gathering in Dallas this week for the National Black Trans Advocacy Conference.
In West Dallas, new development and tougher city housing standards have forced 300 families living in HMK Ltd. homes to move out by June 3. These families pay as little as $300 a month in rent homes. The company says it it can't afford to fix up the houses to meet city code with rent that low.
With its current exhibition, México 1900-1950: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde, the Dallas Museum of Art delves into 50 remarkable years of Mexican art, 50 years of paintings, sculptures, prints, films and murals that visually defined much of modern Mexico. "Mexico 1900-1950" is on view until mid-July.
As part of its $28 million expansion plan, the Church of the Incarnation in Uptown Dallas recently installed a 19-foot stained glass window that traveled across the ocean from the Canterbury Cathedral Stained Glass Studios in the United Kingdom. The glistening electric blue background of window catches the eyes of the congregation.
Girl Power Meetups, a space where young women can come together, share art and create meaningful relationships, are growing as women look to make connections.
Medellin, Colombia///Reporter and Co-Producer
Find original story here.
Radio Co-host and DJ: DJ Fulana de Tal