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TAKE ACTION: Witness at the Border to Restore Asylum

Attend: Witness at the Border to Restore Asylum: Amor, No Odio LOVE, NOT HATE 4-day event Friday, Feb 14 – Monday, Feb 17 The Muslim Ban…Family Separation…Children in Cages…the cruel policy of Remain in Mexico (MPP)…now PACR and HARP—stealth policies that rush the deportation of asylum seekers. Witnessing is the […]

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Take Action: Petition to Save Bird Island

Greg Harman A coalition of organizations and individuals launched a public campaign this week calling for the end of the violent eviction of the birds of Bird Island on San Antonio’s Westside. The campaign calls for residents to both sign a petition targeting the San Antonio Mayor and City Council […]

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TAKE ACTION: “Remain in Mexico” Witnesses Needed

Interfaith Welcome Coalition invites people of conscience to a powerful action that begins this Sunday, January 12, and continues “until the policy of MPP [Migrant Protection Protocols] is reversed and asylum rights restored.” Witness and Protest WHERE: Brownsville, TX / Matamoros, MX WHEN: On January 12, 2020, we begin a sustained presence […]

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TAKE ACTION: Support SAHA Tenants Union

San Antonio Tenants Union’s year-end summary of organizing successes and call for ongoing support. Pancho Valdez After complaining for over six months and having our issues ignored by the local news media, KABB-TV reporter Darian Trotter took a big step in exposing how lack of security at apartments managed by […]

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TAKE ACTION: Impeach and Remove Donald Trump

Around the United States, people are gathering to demand their elected members of Congress impeach and remove Donald Trump from office. Nobody Is Above the Law. That’s why we’re calling on Congress to Impeach & Remove Donald Trump. In San Antonio, we are particularly targeting Rep. Will Hurd and Sen. […]

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TAKE ACTION: Who Is Nature? Art Workshop

During a free workshop on Sunday, November 24, Mexican artist Karla Saenz will lead a class in the exploration of self-transformation through an awareness of belonging to nature. Space is limited. Email artepublico@gmail.com or text 210.660.3404. Courtesy Image. Who Is Nature? Art Workshop with Karla Saenz 12pm-2pm Sunday, Nov 24 […]

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TAKE ACTION: Veterans Resistance Art Gallery This Weekend

An invitation from ABOUT FACE: Veterans Against the War: Words fall short of communicating the trauma that combat veterans of the so called “War on Terror” have experienced, while institutions stigmatize speaking out against the meaninglessness of the horrific human cost they have witnessed. As long as there have been […]

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Take Action: Attend San Antonio Climate Action Vote

City Council will vote on San Antonio’s draft climate action plan this Thursday, Oct. 17.

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Take Action: Earth Strike, Book Party, Mother of Trees

Friday: Earth Strike All day strike. Walk out of school, off your job, and meet at 11am at Milam Park in downtown San Antonio (500 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX 78207). From Earth Strike: Until the world’s governments and businesses are held accountable to the people, we are refusing […]

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Take Action: Global Climate Strike—SA Events

San Antonio is on the cusp of passing its first ever climate plan. Houston and Dallas are poised to soon follow. While City-owned utility, CPS Energy, has worked hard to weaken the document and allow coal to burn into the 2060s, and the forces of extraction have sought to cloud […]

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Take Action: Fri Climate Strike/Sat Art Build

As the world prepares to join the youth-led Global Climate Strike during the week of September 20 – September 27, smaller preparatory Fridays for Future strikes are already generating energy around the world. Young people and allies are being called to occupy their city centers every Friday of the month. […]

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TAKE ACTION: Texas Lege Could Make Protest a Felony

Proposed legislation being carried by Granbury-based Republican Brian Birdwell would increase the risk of protesting in ways that, intentionally or otherwise, impede traffic outside so-called “critical infrastructure.”