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By Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune | May 7, 2019
Panelists: Injustice on the border rooted in same 'dehumanizing rhetoric' used to oppress people worldwide
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Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout. The Trump administration on Wednesday rescinded guidelines issued by former President Obama that directed public schools to accommodate transgender students — a move that will do little to deter conservative leaders in Texas from moving forward with the "bathroom bill" currently in the Legislature.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jan 31 2017 - 1:23pm
by Sanya Mansoor, The Texas Tribune Jan. 30, 2017 The Islamic Center of Victoria was destroyed by a massive fire Saturday, less than three weeks after the partly constructed Islamic Center of Lake Travis suffered the same fate.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Jan 27 2017 - 1:45pm
A local state legislator and San Antonio’s top cop feel the federal and state push to step up enforcement of immigration laws, locally, could do more harm than good. But a conservative think tank official and Bexar County’s GOP chairman say the federal and state governments are only wanting cooperation from police in local immigration enforcement to improve community safety.
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by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Jan. 24, 2017 Before Nov. 8, Julián Castro liked to imagine sitting at home in San Antonio on Election Night, gleefully watching as the commentators at GOP-friendly Fox News called the presidential election for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Written by Daniel Serna on Jan 20 2017 - 1:41pm
Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) along with the William C. Velasquez Institute held a two-day “Latino Texas Strategy Session” at the Westside Education and Training Center. The strategy session was organized after an outcry from Latino voters concerned about incoming President Donald Trump’s proposed policies and offensive language towards Latinos during his presidential campaign.
Written by Edmond Ortiz on Jan 11 2017 - 4:31pm
Three local former Congressmen said at a DreamWeek panel discussion that President-elect Donald Trump’s approach to foreign policy will be definitely different than that of his two predecessors. But those Congressmen are unsure whether Trump’s approach will help improve the United States’ diplomatic and trade standing around the world.