Tag: immigration

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MOVE U: Immigration

With Refuge And Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES), Texas Organizing Project, and Mi Familia Vota, MOVE San Antonio is proud to host on March 19th from 2-3PM. Join us for a panel discussion with leaders and community organizers in the immigration reform movement regarding the current state […]


On the Border: Deaths Rising as Migration Falls by Nearly Half

The number of migrants who died crossing the United States-Mexico border in 2017 remained high, despite a 44 per cent decrease in border apprehensions reported by the US Border Patrol between 2016 and 2017. In 2017, 412 migrant deaths were recorded compared to 398 in 2016, according to IOM, the […]

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Resisting Trump Order at SA International

Part of a gathering movement in San Antonio, Texas, and reflective of actions taking place across the country and around the world, a group of roughly 40 area residents occupied San Antonio International Airport on Sunday, January 29, 2017, to oppose the recent Trump Executive Order on visas and refugees. […]


The Great Climate Change Migration Has Already Begun

The island paradise is under attack. Thanks to destabilizing forces of climate change – rising sea levels and strengthening storms, particularly – some of Earth’s most picturesque locations are being scrubbed from the map. And the residents of these postcard settings are being forced to consider relocating to avoid being […]


Border Wall Efforts Resisted By Retired Border Patrol Association (& Nature)

I know folks in Texas have had their attention diverted of late by Perry y Co.’s war on reproductive rights, but the goings-on in our Texas Capitol’s roiling rotunda haven’t slowed federal efforts to complete the Security State’s conquest of the U.S.-Mexico borderland. Despite the collapse of illegal immigration, Republicans […]