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Progress Texas Happy Hour with MJ Hegar

July 3, 2020
Join U.S. Senate candidate MJ Hegar & Progress Texas Advocacy Manager Diana Gómez for a discussion on police violence, health care, leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic & more!
MJ Hegar

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Royce West

June 18, 2020
Join U.S. Senate candidate Royce West & Progress Texas Executive Director Ed Espinoza for a discussion on police violence, health care, leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic & more!
Royce West U.S. Senate

The State of Black Lives in Texas

June 16, 2020
  Tune in for a conversation about the effect policing and restrictive state policies are having on Black lives in Texas, how folks in Austin, Dallas, & Houston are responding & organizing, and what their calls to action are for folks & elected officials across the state.

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Sara Stapleton Barrera

June 5, 2020
Join Texas Senate candidate Sara Stapleton Barrera & Progress Texas Communications Director Tara Pohlmeyer for a discussion on the race for SD 27, police violence, health care during COVID-19, & more.
Sara Stapleton Barrera SD 27

For Graduates of 2020: Youth in hospitable and inhospitable worlds

June 1, 2020
Rebuild the world with understanding that your freedom depends on the freedom of everyone else. Selfishness helped get us into this mess.
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Progress Texas Happy Hour with Sri Preston Kulkarni

May 29, 2020
Join Congressional candidate Sri Preston Kulkarni & Progress Texas Communications Director Tara Pohlmeyer for a discussion on police violence, community resources, health care during COVID-19, & more.
Sri Preston Kulkarni

To help Texans is to help immigrants

May 27, 2020
No one should be left out of coronavirus relief because of their immigration status.

The dangers of being Black and pregnant during a global health pandemic

May 20, 2020
Already facing a health care system plagued with racism and implicit bias, Black mothers are fighting for compassionate care.
Black Maternal Health During COVID-19

Are we pushing to reopen Texas too soon?

May 20, 2020
Texas AFL-CIO President Rick Levy joins FOX 7 to discuss what concerns are top-of-mind for workers as Texas begins to reopen.
Are we pushing to reopen Texas too soon?

Now is the time for Texas to consider the taxable benefits of marijuana

May 19, 2020
Legalization is going to happen sooner or later, so it might as well be now to help us through this pandemic.
Marijuana

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Sec. Julián Castro

May 15, 2020
Join Sec. Julián Castro & Progress Texas Executive Director Ed Espinoza for a discussion on leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic & more!
Julian Castro

No one should lose their home for staying at home

May 13, 2020
Texans need rental assistance to survive a global pandemic — and unemployment.

Reopening Texas safely

May 13, 2020
Progress Texas Senior Strategist Glenn W. Smith joins FOX 7 to discuss Fauci's warning about reopening too quickly and how Texas can avoid going backward by following the guidelines and fostering cooperation between the state and local officials.
Reopening Texas safely

Progress Texas Happy Hour with Julie Oliver

May 8, 2020
Join Congressional candidate Julie Oliver & Progress Texas Communications Manager Tara Pohlmeyer for a discussion on the ongoing campaign, health care access, leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic, & more!

The Railroad Commission has nothing to do with railroads - and everything to do with our environment

May 7, 2020
Democrat Chrysta Castañeda is running to change its name, and the way it does business.

How many lives is (a possibility of) “boosting” the economy worth? Texas conservatives are misleading the public.

May 6, 2020
Gov. Abbott has discussed how a spike in infection rates will occur because of increased testing, but has been less clear about the repercussions of reopening.
Abbott

Death and taxes, pandemics and politics

May 4, 2020
Keeping local governments on their knees will not help Texans get back on their feet.

We asked Texans about their concerns over reopening the state. Here’s what they told us.

May 1, 2020
Many worry that opening too soon runs the risk of facing a second shutdown in the near future.

Texas college students are taking care of their communities while navigating COVID-19

April 28, 2020
While waiting on state lawmakers to make decisions, students are taking matters into their own hands by creating mutual aid networks.
Texas COVID-19 students