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Written by Susana on Mar 26, 2011
Led by Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers of America, more than a thousand San Antonians chanting “Si se puede" (Yes we can) and calling for social justice in issues from immigration to education participated in the city's 15th annual Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice. 
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 24, 2011
Replay the video: San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro delivered a United State of the City address to a crowd of more than 1,000 people, calling for an investment in a "Brainpower" community. "Now is the time to have the conviction to say that if Austin or if Washington is going to pass the buck, we're not going to leave our destiny to chance," Castro said. "We're going to lead by investing when other cities are retrenching."
Written by gsbaird on Mar 18, 2011
We can ensure the future solvency of our Social Security program without having to apologize to our children and grandchildren.You may say, “Well, if you don’t feel the need to tell them that you’re sorry about cutting their benefits, you must have no heart."
Written by Joe Ruiz on Mar 17, 2011
Information from news release:Individuals who have an interest in City government and are also interested in helping to serve the San Antonio community are invited to apply for one of the positions available on the following board and commissions:Convention and Visitors Commission – (8) positionsCommunity Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) - (11) positionsJoint City/County Citizens Bond Oversight Commission - (10) positions 
Written by gsbaird on Mar 16, 2011
We only had 25 at our rally for Texas schools Tuesday, March 15, in Spring Branch, but it was one of 277 similar events held at exactly the same time across the nation.