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Houston Newsmakers Nov. 22: Houston congressional members on terrorism, Syrian refugees

Congressman Ted Poe and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee join Khambrel Marshall on this week's edition of Houston Newsmakers.

Houston Newsmakers: Nov. 15: Holocaust and civil rights, helping Houston's homeless teens

It's been 50 years since the March on Selma and the signing of the Voting Rights Act. The Holocaust Museum Houston looks into whether the racism of the 1960s continues to permeate our society.

Houston Newsmakers Nov. 8: Sylvester Turner & Bill King in first face-off

In their first face-to-face meeting since the general election when they both won spots in December's runoff, State Rep. Sylvester Turner and former Kemah mayor Bill King faced off on this week's "…

Houston Newsmakers Nov. 1: Election day predictions; Equal rights or bathroom safety

Dallas Jones, the President and CEO of Elite Change LLC said mayoral candidate Ben Hall’s strategy of embracing the anti-Houston Equal Rights Ordinance is flawed because he may be perceived as a one…

Houston Newsmakers Oct. 25: TSU President Dr. John Rudley on campus violence

Dr. John Rudley, president of Texas Southern University, is a guest on Houston Newsmakers with Khambrel Marshall and says the recent shooting death of a TSU freshman was particularly painful because…

Houston Newsmakers Oct. 18: Houston's future, Hispanic heritage

Early voting starts Monday. Voters will have a major say in who is the next Houston mayor, the passage or failure of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance and much more.

Houston Newsmakers Oct. 11: Equal rights or bathroom safety?

Will the proposed Houston Equal Rights Ordinance open up women's bathrooms to predators? Or is it scare tactic rhetoric? That's the hot topic on this week's Houston Newsmakers.

Houston Newsmakers Oct. 4: Cancer survivor, Workfaith helping hopeless

Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale knew Michael Harris was a felon and hired him anyway. "Mack" said it's good business to hire graduates of The Workfaith Connection program because of the great…

Houston Newsmakers Sept. 27: Greater Houston Partnership Supports HERO

Bob Harvey is the president & CEO of the Greater Houston Partnership and says his organization of more than 1,200 companies in 11 southeast Texas counties supports the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.

Houston Newsmakers Sept. 20: Community unites to support officers

In the weeks following the death of Deputy Darren Goforth, the Houston community united to express its support for law enforcement officers.

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