Tyne Dickson created Equity Ahead in the hopes movements will be sustainable and accessible.
An international student reflects on racism in America and her home country of Romania after participating in Minneapolis protests.
“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” SMU Professor Ray Jordan, arrested during the Monday night protests, reflects on what the George Floyd protests signify for racial discourse in America.
President Trump’s rally at the American Airlines Center drew many different kinds of people in support and opposition.
An SMU student’s perspective on the conflict in Venezuela.
During the last week of June 2018, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of cities across the nation in protest of the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy that has led to the separation of over 2000 migrant children from their mothers, some of which are seeking asylum from domestic abuse or gang-related horrors in their native countries. After separation at the border, these children are being kept in cages within correctional facilities awaiting court hearings which ultimately decide their fate: deportation or entry into the country to join family members, accompanied by a GPS tracking device that is fastened like an ankle bracelet.
Following an executive order signed on Friday evening, dozens of immigrants were detained throughout Saturday in airports across the country, including SMU parents traveling to visit their son.
Next time you decide to post something to your Facebook page, consider the impact it could have.
A North Texas teenager is looking at decades behind bars, Baltimore protests inspire protests in other U.S. cities, and learn about HANSOM, the new app that claims to be safer than Uber.
A Dallas man is charged with assault after kidnapping his girlfriend, police quell protestors in Baltimore, and a look at campus safety and awareness