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Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Sep 06, 2017
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and District 2 Councilman Cruz Shaw discussed issues including the removal of the Confederate monument, equity in the budget process, and spent a little time with a tamandua during the Sept., 6, 2017 edition of #AskRon at the San Antonio Zoo. Replay it here:
Written by Maria Gardner on Aug 30, 2017
By Maria Gardner If a federal judge does not block the anti-immigration law, San Antonio police will have to write new rules in the manual and retrain the force in immigration law, Police Chief William McManus told members of COPS/Metro Alliance.  Senate Bill 4, the “sanctuary cities” ban, allows local and campus police to question a person’s legal status and makes it a crime for officials such as McManus to have policies that are inconsistent with the law.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Aug 27, 2017
Despite a call from Congressman Lloyd Doggett asking them not to do it, immigration officials left 50 Central American women and children stranded at the San Antonio bus station on Aug. 25 as Hurricane Harvey approached the city. Sister Sharon Alterdorf, a member of the Interfaith Welcome Coalition, said the move by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) stranded the asylum-seeking refugees inside the station because bus service was halted due to the storm.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Aug 24, 2017
Trinity University students, faculty and local residents gathered for a Solidarity Vigil on Aug. 21, 2017  near Miller Fountain on the campus to show support for people affected by Charlottesville and other recent events. The gathering, organized by the Trinity University Humanities Collective, was also to show "ongoing commitment to the humanistic combination of scholarship with allyship and advocacy."
Written by SUIVES on Aug 21, 2017
Tearing down monuments is an old American tradition – one of the oldest. Listen to the story with a video slideshow: The Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776. Five days later, they held the first public reading in New York City, where George Washington was camped with his soldiers in Bowling Green Park.