Special Coverage

Written by San Antonio Pub... on Apr 24, 2014

The San Antonio Public Library, SAPL, continues to transform people’s lives through the power of information, imagination and ideas. SAPL delivers the latest, greatest products that meet the demands of an ever mobile, internet-connected world.

Written by Kris@nowcastsa.org on Apr 24, 2014

Watch video of former mayor Phil Hardberger talking about his namesake park, its history and plans for the future.  Scroll down to read more about the park.

HardbergerLandscape

Written by SWU laura on Apr 18, 2014

As part of the annual May Day March, community leaders, workers, and advocates for economic justice and immigrant rights will come together to demand legislation that honors the dignity of all workers and their families. This year’s march will build upon the growing political support for the rights and wages that workers deserve, regardless of immigration status.

Written by esperanzacenter on Apr 16, 2014

On April 18th at 7 pm, the eve of the 3rd annual conference of the Eagle Ford Consortium, the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center presents Frackaso: Portraits of Extraction in Eagle ford and beyond art exhibit—named as a play on the English word “fracas” (a noisy disturbance or quarrel) and the Spanish word “fracaso” (failure, ruin, bust). The FRACKASO art exhibit will be San Antonio’s first major public forum to look at fracking from the bottom up.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Apr 16, 2014

On the morning of April 7, 1994, Rwanda native Alex-Marie Secondaire was leaving Mass and headed toward his parents’ home, when he saw a barricade had been set up along a road and hundreds of people were being stopped by government soldiers and police.

Walk Against Genocide Panorama