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BY Garrett Bonfanti | Arlington, TX | 11/22/22
On November 10, at the University of Texas at Arlington, over 100 students gathered in front of College Hall shouting “Transphobes go home!” and “This is what community looks like,” showing their outrage at the platforming of the transphobic bigot Jeff Younger.
BY Garrett Bonfanti | Arlington, TX | 11/21/22
On October 31, the Progressive Student Union held a silent protest at the University of Texas at Arlington's presidential open forum and Q and A with newly inducted President Jennifer Cowley.
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 10/31/22
In the many decades since the University of Texas at Arlington ended segregation, students have fought long and hard to end the university’s practice of glorifying white supremacy.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 9/14/22
On September 7, the Progressive Student Union held a rally here to speak out against the reversal of Roe v. Wade, as part of a wider national day of action called by Students for a Democratic Society.
BY Staff | Arlington, TX | 4/10/22
On April 4 and 5, the University of Texas at Arlington held its semester student elections.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 9/05/21
On September 1, the Progressive Student Union rallied 50 people to protest the recent attacks launched by Governor Greg Abbott and the GOP against women’s rights, and democracy.
BY Rick Majumdar | Arlington, TX | 2/19/21
On February 10, the Progressive Student Union held a rally for accountability at the University of Texas at Arlington.
BY Mark Napieralski | Arlington, TX | 7/19/20
July 10, marked the culmination of the Progressive Student Union’s call-in campaigns, email-ins, and callouts against Teik C. Lim’s administration for not doing enough for Black students at the University of Texas-Arlington.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 6/21/20
The Progressive Student Union (PSU) rallied 30 students and community members, June 18, demanding community control and defunding of the Arlington Police Department.
BY Cassandra Swart | Dallas, TX | 6/10/20
On Saturday, June 6, about 5000 people rallied in 100-degree weather at Belo Garden Park across the street from the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas, to demand justice for victims of police violence, community control of the police, and the resignation of Renee Hall, the chief of the Dallas Police Department.
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