Replay video of the Pride Center San Antonio Community Engagement Session on Saturday, March 7.
Pride Center San Antonio invited the public to help launch its strategic planning process by contributing your input concerning the needs of the LGBT community.
This facilitated discussion will assist board members and volunteers move forward in the Center's 3-5 year strategic plan to determine how the Center can make the greatest impact in our community.
by Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune
Feb. 19, 2015
Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.
Despite Texas’ longstanding ban on same-sex marriages, two Austin women made history on Thursday morning when they became the first gay couple to legally wed in the state.
San Antonio is a thriving community of creatives specializing in various fields and areas of interests. The team behind Make San Antonio want to create a space for local creatives to gather to create and collaborate. On Saturday, February 14 Make San Antonio kicked off a membership drive with a goal to have 100-plus people sign up as members during the five week-long campaign.