Teachers gather at the Byrne-Reed House for "Twentieth-Century Texas." Alwyn Barr, professor emeritus of history at Texas Tech University and a Humanities Texas board member, speaks about Texas history from 1900 to 1930. George Green, professor of history at The University of Texas at Arlington, discusses the New Deal and World War II. Joseph Pratt, Cullen Professor of History and Business at the University of Houston, shares insights on booms and busts in the Texas economy. Michael L. Gillette, executive director of Humanities Texas, speaks about African Americans and civil rights in Texas. Chase Untermeyer, former ambassador to Qatar and current Humanities Texas board member, discusses how Texas became a two-party state. Alwyn Barr leads a group of teachers in a discussion of documents related to early twentieth-century Texas history, including prohibitionist and anti-prohibitionist platforms published in the Dallas Morning News in 1908. George Green shares classroom resources for teaching the Depression and World War II in Texas. Joseph Pratt and Chase Untermeyer lead a discussion of Texas's economy and political landscape from the twentieth century through the present. Michael L. Gillette and a group of teachers discuss photographs and documents related to the civil rights movement in Texas. Monica Perales, assistant professor of history at the University of Houston and a Humanities Texas board member, leads a discussion of Hispanic civil rights, including the landmark Supreme Court case Hernandez v. Texas.