Texas is on the wrong side of history

Texas has become a “show me your papers” state.  Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 4 into law and it goes into effect September 1.  Already several cities are participating in a lawsuit against Texas so that their city can remain a sanctuary city.  I’m thankful that Houston is one of those Texas cities joined […]

Inclusion in convention programs: Language and behavioral improvement

Can you see what’s wrong with this sentence? If you regularly walk the walk of equitable and inclusive language, you may have recognized the error immediately. And if you truly engaged in an examination of the language in those first two sentences, you can stand up and give yourself a hand for identifying at least […]

Our bodies, our choice: ACPA Call to Action Against SB6

Last week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has called a special legislative session. This means that, although the standard timeframe for passing legislation is over, he has called back all legislators in order to complete his discriminatory agenda.  One of the items on the agenda is the “bathroom bill”, also known as State Bill 6 (SB6), […]