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Executive members of the NAACP leading the meeting in an effort to revive the chapter on campus. Photo by Carolina Olivares.

NAACP chapter leads efforts to revive on campus

By Carolina OlivaresPublished April 19, 2018

Exclusivity. Passivity. Isolation. These were the three main topics discussed at the first meeting of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) TCU chapter.  Tonight’s...

TCU reflects 50 years after MLK killed

TCU reflects 50 years after MLK killed

By Kennedy HarveyPublished April 5, 2018

A lot has changed over the last 50 years since Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. TCU, a school which once refused to host King on his visit to Fort Worth, honored him through the...

Beverly Walker (yellow) and her five children stand in front of a photo of their father, Baron Walker (photo courtesy of Milwaukee53206.com)

Documentary tells story of area with highest percentage of incarcerated black males

By Richard EdgemonPublished March 31, 2018

On the north side of Milwaukee in the 53206 ZIP code, 62 percent of black males are or have been incarcerated, the highest percentage in the United States. But those serving the sentences are not the...

Martin Luther King Jr. and Vada Felder smiling and standing directly right of King at the Majestic Theater on Oct. 22. (Photo courtesy of Brite Divinity School.)

Memorial to commemorate MLK Jr. to come to downtown Fort Worth

By Brandon KitchinPublished March 25, 2018

A visit decades ago by one of America’s most iconic leaders will be immortalized in downtown Fort Worth. On Oct. 22, 1959, Civil Rights leader and minister Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made a visit...

Photo courtesy of Aisha Torrey-Sawyer.

Q&A: Meet the new director of diversity and inclusion program

By Mackinley BullockPublished March 20, 2018

As part of the university's continued efforts to promote "diversity, equity and inclusivity" Aisha Torrey-Sawyer has been named the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives at TCU. TCU 360 recently...

Joel Fendelman and James Chase Sanchez discuss the film Man on Fire at TCU on March 1, 2018. (Photo by Michelle Carter)

‘Man on Fire’ discusses the lingering racism in Grand Saline, Texas

By Michelle CarterPublished March 2, 2018

The producer of a documentary about racism in East Texas said it was “commonplace” when he was growing up in Grand Saline, Texas. The city and its residents are featured in “Man on Fire,”...

Nelson Mandela’s former prison guard visits campus to reflect on their unlikely friendship

Nelson Mandela’s former prison guard visits campus to reflect on their unlikely friendship

By Brandon KitchinPublished March 1, 2018

A friendship that seemed to have no chance of ever forming and would have been deemed absolutely unacceptable by many wound up having an everlasting impact on a nation and its people. Former Prison...

Martin Luther King Jr. visited Fort Worth thanks to first African-American female graduate of Brite Divinity School

Martin Luther King Jr. visited Fort Worth thanks to first African-American female graduate of Brite Divinity School

By Brandon KitchinPublished February 1, 2018

Every February the legacies of influential African-Americans are celebrated during Black History Month and the Brite Divinity School has someone in their history that helped change the nature of its school,...

More than a major. A movement.

‘More than a major. A movement.’

By Brandon KitchinPublished January 25, 2018

Six words: “More than a major. A movement.” These words serve as the motto for the Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies (CRES) program as it looks forward to continuing to impact TCU at its core. As...

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