On the cusp of the 25th march in the city, Deceleration spoke with Diaz about the roots of his own Indigenous awareness and movement away from Dia de la Raza in the late ’90s to what became a tenacious drive for an Indigenous Peoples Day declaration in San Antonio.
On August 12, 2023, after enduring nearly a month of triple-digit temperatures Garcia, at age 56, passed away. Residents are now seeking to hold city and state agencies accountable for his death.
San Antonio residents call on VIA to install more bus shelters, share DIY tips on cutting the heat at monthly Southwest Workers Union food distribution event.
The City of San Antonio is involved in a multi-year assault on migratory birds in city parks. ‘Save Brack’s Birds and Trees Pilgrimage,’ April 8, 2023.
44-year-old Estela Banda said she was inspired by God to set the site ablaze, according to the San Antonio Express News. Angelita Olvera said a total of six of the 54 crosses were destroyed and flags were burned.
San Antonio’s Parks & Recreation Department got an earful from dozens of residents joining a weekend site tour of proposed bond project construction at Brackenridge Park. They have one last shot at stalling the project.
It’s been three months since Winter Storm Uri scorched South Texas, leaving stands of gray stalks where living trees once stood, collapsing walls of cacti and making puddles out of aloe. What better time to rethink what we are growing and why—particularly in this time of global biodiversity crisis.
Greg Harman BROWNSVILLE, Texas—As the number of asylum seekers crowded in a Matamoros tent camp swells across the river from Brownsville, ordinary people from a range of community aid and migrant solidarity organizations are calling for assistance. Last weekend, Deceleration met members of Team Brownsville, Angry Tias and Abuelas of […]