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A Little Louder is a podcast by Texas Housers, hosted by John Henneberger. We talk about fair housing, community development and community efforts to work toward just cities and inclusive neighborhoods.
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Conversations about life, liberty, and the pursuit by Rebecca Larsen and Anthony LaStrape. A podcast by professors in Communication and Political Science about politics, pop culture, education, and things in between. Note: This is for the CV is a private project by two Texas Tech University professors. We do not speak as the university nor in our official capacity as educators for the university.
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Over the past six months, Texas Housers has spotlighted the stories of uninhabitable conditions and mass evictions at Cabo San Lucas apartments in Houston and the ensuing barriers tenants faced to remain housed. Our work led us to investigate who actually owns Cabo San Lucas, yet no one seems to know. While our outreach team worked with tenants in …
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While most folks in the housing justice community have a strong idea of how tenant's rights and evictions shape our broader world, Andrew Nelson, Associate Professor for Department of Anthropology at University of North Texas offers a unique perspective in how the fight for these essential rights globally affected his advocacy in Denton. On this ep…
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Annually, Texas Housers' team in San Antonio releases its San Antonio District Renter Profiles to deliver a snapshot of how affordable rental housing is distributed across the city, what are the tenant demographics of each city council district, and newly added for this year, how evictions come into play for San Antonio households. South Texas Regi…
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High summer temperatures in the Lone Star State are a regular occurrence. However, in recent years, extreme heat has grown more dangerous, with 2023 being the second hottest summer on record. With this in mind, Texas is not a state that requires rental units to have air conditioning. And even if a tenant is fortunate enough to have AC, a speedy rep…
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The Holy Spirit transforms us from the inside out.Worship represents the primary means of our transformation into the image of Almighty God. We can’t be like Christ if we’re not reflecting Christ, and we can’t reflect Christ if we don’t first look to Christ. We will not look to Him unless worship becomes the foundation upon which we build our lives…
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Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Coast six years ago this week, back in 2017. And though certain immediate response efforts were swift, the actual recovery has been a long and frustrating process for far too many. Not only are some residents still awaiting funding to make their homes whole again, numerous others have been classified as helped by the …
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On this episode of A Little Louder, host Michael Depland is joined by Texas Housers' community navigator Taylor Laredo, Litigation Director at Lone Star Legal Aid Dana Karni, and Texas Legal Services Center staff attorney William Ritter to discuss a Houston property that had planned to evict more than 100 households at once, with many not receiving…
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