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Groups work to bridge the cultural gap in East Austin between new businesses and residents.
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Hear how locals fought criticism and came together to embrace their heritage through the arts.
Explore the struggle of the Chicano movement through the Mexican-American community in Austin.
Austin Revealed: Chicano activism & organizing
Hear how the Chicano movement gained momentum during the 60s and 70s in Austin.
Austin Revealed: The rise of Mexican Americans in politics
The Mexican American community fought to change the face of politics in Texas in the 60s and 70s.
Austin Revealed: Chicano desegregation and education
Students and teachers who lived in the aftermath of desegregation share stories about the fight for reform.
Immigrant families help shape Austin through the generations
KLRU profiles three of the first families of Chinese origin to settle in the Austin area.
Decibel: Under Construction
KLRU's Judy Maggio talks about the new News & Public Affairs she is heading called Decibel.
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Austin Revealed: Food As Community
Food brings people and communities together. New series from Austin Revealed.
It’s E3 Alliance’s 10th Anniversary!
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Louisiana is facing the worst flooding in its history that is being reported as unprecedented. Here's how you can help.
KLRU hosts National PBS KIDS Ready to Learn Advisors Meeting
On February 2 and 3, 2017, KLRU hosted the Ready to Learn National Advisors Meeting.
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