Photos: Social Justice Helmet Decals
Houston Texans Players share what they chose to place on the back of their helmets and why.
Photos: Voter Registration Drive | We Are Voters
The Houston Texans hosted a voter registration drive at the Houston Texans YMCA. Check out HoustonTexans.com/Vote to find out if you are registered and keep up with important dates!
Photos: Conversations for Change with Mayor Turner
The McNair family sits down with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner for an eye-opening discussion about race and social injustice.
Photos: Conversations for Change with Roynell Young
Former Philadelphia Eagles Cornerback Roynell Young founded Pro-Vision Academy in 1990 as a way to help young students in Houston. Young was featured on the McNair family's Conversations for Change series discussing racism and social justice in Houston.
Photos: Conversations for Change with Romeo Crennel
Houston Texans Associate Head Coach Romeo Crennel sits down with Janice, Cal and Hannah McNair to discuss racism and social injustice in America.
Photos: Just Mercy Screening
To inspire change, the Texans hosted a pre-screening of the Just Mercy film for more than 120 teens to discuss social justice.
#TexansCare Tuesday Photos: 8 Million Stories
Texans players visited 8 Million Stories to have lunch with students and discuss social justice.
Photos: Van Donation to 8 Million Stories
The Houston Texans donated a 15-passenger van to community partner 8 Million Stories, a local nonprofit that serves at-risk youth. In addition to the van, the Texans Foundation donated school supplies, sports equipment, backpacks and new desks to help 8 Million Stories students get the year off to a great start. 8 Million Stories is a partner in the Houston Texans Inspire Change program and was also the recipient of a $25,000 grant through the Houston Texans Social Justice Fund.
Photos: 2019 Black History Month - College Visits
The Houston Texans hosted junior football players from Thurgood Marshall High School for a Texas Southern University tour to expose high school students to historically black colleges and universities to see the available opportunities to further their education and learn more about the rich history and culture of their athletic programs with the help of Johnathan Joseph, Jester Weah and some Houston Texans Legends.