Editor's Note: This column has been republished with the permission of Texas Rep. Diego Bernal. He originally published his education report here. My commitment to public education is rooted in two core beliefs: The first is that education can solve our most pressing problems — poverty, hunger, inadequate health care, the lack of affordable housing, unemployment, crime, the need for criminal justice reform, and many more.
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Written by Diego Bernal on Nov 15 2016 - 11:04pm
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Sep 7 2016 - 9:49pm
Replay the video of the webcast of a community conversation with State Representative Diego Bernal about education policy in Texas on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Guadalupe Cultural Arts. In August, Bernal published a report, “What They Said: What I Learned from Conversations with Texas Educators,” chronicling his conversations with educators from all 55 traditional public schools in House District 123.
Written by JayAlmendarez13 on Jun 14 2016 - 6:27pm
We recently had a conversation with Desmian Alexander from the Texas Hunger Initiative about ways her organization is trying to end hunger through community organizing and community development.
Written by SUIVES on Nov 11 2014 - 3:05pm
Mobile Loaves and Fishes, a social outreach ministry that empowers communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless, invite you to attend a Fall Gathering.
Written by City of San Antonio on Oct 20 2014 - 8:51pm
San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is giving residents the opportunity to stay active and fit at the San Antonio Natatorium for free while giving back to the community by donating non-perishable food during November.
Written by Andrew Delgado on Mar 21 2013 - 12:48pm
To address the issue of hunger in San Antonio, particularly in the inner city, and to promote organizations actively pursuing solutions to this unimaginable, yet very real problem. Brian Chasnoff's recent story in the San Antonio Express News, titled "Hunger Still Haunts the West Side," was an eye-opening reminder that this problem still exists in a city as great as ours.
Written by deborah.charne… on Oct 2 2012 - 1:17pm
No, Mr. Romney.
Written by safoodbank on Nov 16 2011 - 1:10pm
Have you ever wondered how the Super Committee and the debate about reducing our federal deficit will impact hungry Americans?Programs that put food on the table for America's vulnerable children, seniors, and working families are on the chopping block, and the final decisions are happening RIGHT NOW. Much is at stake for hungry Americans.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Aug 31 2011 - 4:30pm
Updated Sept. 5, 2013: San Antonio Food Bank and Whataburger launched the 4rd annual SA Goes Orange, a month-long campaign designed to encourage everyone in southwest Texas to "Go Orange" and take action to fight hunger during September, Hunger Action Month. According to a press release, more than 230,000 people in Southwest Texas rely on the Food Bank’s network of programs and services— and more than 500,000 Southwest Texans are at risk of going hungry.