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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 … […]

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EP01: Deceleration’s Inaugural Broadcast for Covid-19 Era

Deceleration’s Inaugural Live Stream for the Covid-19 era in San Antonio includes a conversation with Brian Gordon about the radical possibilities of growing plants … Pandemic poetry w/ Marisol Cortez … and a call to action to stand with migrant families being held at the South Texas Family Residential Center […]

Broadcast, San Antonio Bioregion

VIDEO: The Aerocene Project Inhabits the Sky

Aerocene movement promises a world “free from borders and free from fossil fuels.”  Deceleration hosted Krystal Paul and Fabiola Torralba last weekend for a crash course in the “aerocene” movement and related skills share. The movement describes itself this way: Aerocene is an interdisciplinary artistic community that seeks to devise […]

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HOLY SH*T! 7 pandemic responses better than hoarding toilet paper

We’re facing down a global pandemic. If you find yourself saying “Holy shit! What do I do?!” you’re not alone. Beautiful Trouble’s irreverent guide to activism in the time of pandemic has your back. Rae Abileah and Nadine Bloch A renegade bug is showing how deeply broken our system is. […]

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TAKE ACTION: Join “Return to Sun and Wind” Live on Saturday

Introducing The Aerocene Project to San Antonio: a collaborative open-source movement cultivating fossil-free mobility grounded in planetary ethics and atmospheric sensing. Marisol Cortez Deceleration is excited to roll out some new online broadcasting capacities this weekend! Join us as we collaborate with Krystal Paul and Fabiola Torralba of the East […]

Reporting, San Antonio Bioregion

VIDEO: San Antonio Rises Against Border Security 2020

Greg Harman Tracking devices, night vision and motion detectors, micro drones (and “drone killers”) … a sharpshooter competition. Amid a feast of military gear on sale at Border Security 2020 in San Antonio last week were talks by current and former US immigration officials, who spoke in defense of this […]

Analysis, San Antonio Bioregion

Poetry as Citizen Science

Environmental writer Mobi Warren reflects on the science and pedagogy of nature poetry. EDITOR’S NOTE: In the fall of 2019, environmental writer Mobi Warren taught a community-based writing class called “The Poet as Citizen Scientist.” This essay—originally published in the February 2020 issue of Voices de la Luna, a special […]

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Winning on Climate Requires Radical Demilitarization

Why we can’t avert climate catastrophe without demilitarization, dismantling the world’s militarized power structures. Andrew Metheven Over the last few weeks and months, grassroots activism has pushed climate change into the media in the United Kingdom. In particular, the Extinction Rebellion movement has spread from the UK to countries around […]

Reporting, San Antonio Bioregion

Esto’k Gna Reviving Ancestral Villages In Border Wall’s Path

The Esto’k Gna tribe is reviving ancestral villages along the length of the Rio Grande that stand squarely in the pathway of Trump’s proposed border wall expansion. “We’ve been here thousands of years,” said Isidro Leal, a member of the Carrizo/Comecrudo Tribe of Texas, or Esto’k Gna, as he surveyed […]

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TAKE ACTION: SA Says No to Border Security Expo

Greg Harman On Wednesday, March 11, residents of San Antonio and around the region will gather outside the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center to decry the Border Security Expo. The now-annual happening describes itself as “the premier event that attracts international and domestic government leaders and law enforcement officials charged […]