San Antonio First Annual March for Homeless/Houseless
Changing Negative Stereotypes that have long criminalized and resulted in the loss of dignity for people to no fault of their own from mental illness, to addictions, to
Changing Negative Stereotypes that have long criminalized and resulted in the loss of dignity for people to no fault of their own from mental illness, to addictions, to unaffordable housing. Join several allies from San Antonio, to Austin, to Houston, and all others invited to rise together in San Antonio, Texas, as we begin the state’s First Annual March for the Homeless/Houseless, the people living in the Texas streets, cars, hotels, tiny homes, tent city villages, etc., which Governor Abbott pledges to sweep when local authorities spot tents and encampments.
Enough is Enough!
Come out and show the state and let’s bring national attention in how our local Texas Cities have lost its empathetic drive to go against an oppressive House Bill 1925 that preys upon the vulnerable, the recently evicted renters, segments of society which has blossomed into multi levels of people from not just drug addiction and mental instabilities but to everyday working people who no longer can afford to live in this dominant market rate housing industry.
Housing is A Human Right.
Revive the Values of Human Decency
End the Terroristic Violence our city’s reek upon our houseless neighbors who choose not to shelter in already overwhelmed places for whatever reasons.
It is not criminal to be homeless, being homeless is a direct result of one’s inability to sustain, maintain and retain a dwelling, for numerous reasons, too varied to create one size fits all solutions. We need unison of true advocacy not band aid tuck away measures of push and shove techniques.
Texas Adovcates: Join us in San Antonio from our Haven for Hope agency as we journey through downtown streets as we end up at our local San Antonio Housing Authority where the highest concentration of local evictions occur because the people of low to no income sometimes are utterly defenseless in keeping themselves safe and sound in public housing options.
Austin has Heard Us
Houston has Heard Us
Corpus Christi has Heard Us
Dallas has Heard Us
Please I cry out to our brothers and sisters everywhere – please come out to San Antonio, Texas for the march – See the event’s discussion for additional further updates.
Peace and Love,
Molly and Friends.
(Saturday) 8:00 am - 12:00 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my time
Haven for Hope
1 Haven for Hope Way