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EP13: Charles Roundtree Bloom Project; Rights of Nature in SATX, Yanawana Herbolarios

Deceleration.Live Episode 13 comes after a month-long break at the broadcast. In it we weave together several critical conversations on emerging movements and thought rising in San Antonio, including a talk with Ki’Amber Thompson of the Charles Roundtree Bloom Project, a nascent initiative connecting kids of incarcerated parents with the […]

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EP12: SATX Vigil for George Floyd … Westside police beating

Deceleration.Live Episode 12 came more spur of the moment after seeing local organizers had struck a nerve in San Antonio with an event dedicated to decrying the death of George Floyd and advancing the message that Black Lives Matter. In this broadcast you will hear from organizers of the event […]

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EP11: San Antonio City Council Breaks on Critical Renter Protections

In just over 10 minutes, Deceleration.Live Episode 11 breaks down San Antonio City Council’s failure last week to protect local renters staring down a June 1, 2020, eviction deadline by passing a proposed 60-day grace period on evictions. The landlords turned up in force; renters and housing advocates kept their […]

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EP10: Everyday Rude Boy’s Unintentional Mental Health Mother’s Day

Episode 10 is Deceleration‘s “mad pride” edition. Almost in time for Mother’s Day. We celebrate 10 episodes with a deep dive discussion of all things mental illness in the time Covid-19 with celebrated San Antonio musician (and artist) Phil Luna. This was truly one of our most satisfying broadcasts. We […]

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EP09: Gov. Abbott’s COVID-19 Redux … DIY Loquat Jam … SWU’s Mutual Aid

Deceleration‘s ninth broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio opens w/ a nod to International Worker’s Day and local calls for the release of the incarcerated and support for housing rights. Texas Governor Greg Abbott gets a fitting roast for his decision to send Texas back to the movies […]

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EP08: 50th Earth Day … Piñata Protest … Brendan Gibbons … Avian Poetry

Deceleration‘s eighth broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day and our resilient communities. Join environmental journalist Brendan Gibbons for talk on today’s disinfo campaigns, Bekah Hinojosa on the colliding crises facing our border and Gulf Coast, norteño/punk pioneers from […]

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EP07: DIY COVID-19 Masks … Existence as Resistance … #FreeThemAll

Deceleration‘s seventh broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio documents local action demanding release of detained immigrants, an instructional DIY T-Shirt COVID-19 mask, and extensive interview of Laura Rios-Ramirez of Kalpulli Ayolopaktzin and Martinez Street Women’s Center. All that and news/resource updates and calls to community action. This coming […]

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EP06: Detention Crisis, Meditation, Cooking Cactus, and Healing Herbs

Deceleration‘s sixth broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio is dedicated to our health. Features include cooking with cactus (“Yard Food,” a title we found entertaining and slightly ridiculous … that is, worth sharing), calling for release of detained immigrants in this detention crisis, a healing herb instructional with […]

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EP05: Utility Debt Post-COVID & SA Poet Laureate “Vocab”

Deceleration‘s fifth broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio asks what comes after the pandemic in terms of our City-owned utilities. While shutoff suspensions today are good thing, what happens when the bills come due? Working families already pay more than their share for ill-advised utility investments like the […]

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EP04: Stop Landlords $iphoning the Bailout & George Garza Sings

Deceleration‘s fourth broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio includes a solid talk with four women who are stopping the landlords from siphoning our city’s bailout dollars … soul-stirring music by George Garza, Jr., and housing resources for renters and homeowners alike. ¶ Future guests on this broadcast will […]

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EP03: Human Path flu-fighting plants, Ceiba Ili songs to rise up

Deceleration‘s third broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio includes a healing plant walk with Human Path founder and director Sam Coffman … conversation with Ceiba Ili about the recovery of indigenous identity (and great musical offerings) … and reveals the City of San Antonio’s continued harassment of birds […]

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EP02: Removing the Band-Aid with Dr. Adelita Cantu, Ila Minori Sings

Deceleration‘s second broadcast for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio includes a conversation with public health professional Dr. Adelita Cantu about the preexisting conditions of inequity exacerbating the novel coronavirus pandemic … musical guest ILa Minori … grant opportunities for local artists … call to release juveniles in detention … […]