Karnes Immigrants Forced to Breathe Fracking Fumes

‘The prisoners have no choice but to inhale the toxic fumes coming from these sites.’ Jeremy Deaton Karnes County was once one of the poorest counties in Texas, but a few […]

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Mapache: ‘Stand Up For a World Where No One Is Illegal’

After arrest and deportation, Mapache urges people not to let fear of ICE keep them from activism. Marisol Cortez Earlier this summer, we posted an interview with 18-year-old Dreamer Sergio […]

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Beaches Eternal: ‘Nourishment’ Projects Follow The Money

In the wake of hurricanes like Florence, the U.S. government pays to dump truckloads of sand onto eroding beaches, in a cycle that is said to harm ecosystems and disproportionately […]

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For Immigrant Children: Ghost Trains to Tent City

In Dead of Night, Trump Administration Transferring Children to Tent Camp With No Schooling and Limited Legal Services Jake Johnson With detention facilities overflowing due to President Donald Trump’s monstrous […]

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Anti-nuclear waste tour kicks off in Houston

Organizers of the “Protect Texas from Radioactive Waste Tour” plan to travel to five Texas cities over the next week in protest of a proposed plan to store used nuclear […]

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The Courage to Question

Anti-war veterans group, About Face, calls Witte Museum to account over George W. Bush exhibit Marisol Cortez I was living in Northern California when the Bush administration invaded Iraq in […]

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Is ‘Dirty’ Deely Coal Plant Closure Suddenly Fungible?

‘I think we need to have a discussion,’ CPS Energy CEO told the the utility’s Board of Trustees on Monday regarding previous longstanding promises to close the polluting plant this […]

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Mayor Backs #OccupyICE Call for SA Police to Stand Down

This morning, San Antonio’s SAPD stopped by the #OccupyICE camp outside a Northside US Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility and warned of imminent arrest for the protestors. Then they drove […]

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VIDEO: What Occupy ICE SATX Needs You To Know (and Do)

By Marisol Cortez On Tuesday, July 17th, community members from throughout Central and South Texas answered a national call for the abolition of ICE, moved both by the recent horror […]

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‘Water Is Life!’ Sings At Bayou Bridge

The Trump Administration may have rolled over Standing Rock, but water protectors are still harrying Energy Transfer Partners. Sheehan Moore/ Waging Nonviolence Half an hour outside of Lafayette, Louisiana — […]

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VIDEO: Medicare For All: Voices from San Antonio

See a video of the full march. See complete video of speakers.

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Texas attorneys fighting migrant family separation

Emergency request to end family separation at border made with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Julián Aguilar Texas Tribune A coalition of Texas-based attorneys have opened up a new […]

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Are the U.S. Marines Harboring Nazis?

Vasillios Pistolis claimed to have ‘cracked three skulls’ in Charlottesville. But how serious are the U.S. Marines in their investigation? A.C. Thompson & Ali Winston ProPublica/Frontline It was Oct. 29, […]

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Climate Action, San Antonio? Round Two Starts Next Week

Time to start gargling your ethically sourced chamomile and honey tea. On Monday, the second round of sit-down meetings for the various Climate Action and Adaptation Plan technical working groups and their steering committee gets underway.

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For Rohingya Refugees, a ‘Frenzy of Sexual Violence’

In ‘silent anguish,’ thousands of women fear community stigma as births begin to spike. Late last year, as violent repression in Myanmar sent Rohingyas fleeing to safety in Bangladesh, women […]

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Workshop Explores Climate Crisis & Storytelling Power

Workshop presenters say effective organizing is about memory. It’s about respecting community desire. And it’s about putting those most at risk first. Greg Harman This weekend, the Lone Star Chapter […]

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VIDEO: Gentrification Looms over Downtown SATX

Stand with Soap Works & Towne Center tenants-rights group is raising the voices of the city’s most vulnerable residents being torn by gentrification. Greg Harman In San Antonio, there have […]

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‘Three Billion Reasons’ San Antonio Should Reject the RNC

*UPDATE: It appears the San Antonio City Council doesn’t take all their marching orders from the San Antonio Express-News Editorial Board. Counter the daily’s advice, San Antonio’s electeds voted today […]

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