Mark Menjivar and CAST students talk about their exhibit at The Doseum and their hopes for San Antonio.
Trinity University historian Dr. Carey Latimore talks about how our city’s past holds stories that can inspire us to create a better future.
Dr. Drennon, director of urban studies at Trinity University, shares how the pandemic has disproportionately impacted families living in our city.
Muralist Crystal Tamez preserves history—and community—on the walls of San Antonio’s West Side.
What goes through a teenager’s mind, especially at the start of a global pandemic, when school has been suspended?
Mike Brown runs a pizza shop while leading his kids and his community in building a better life.
As a solution to a big social problem like inequity, “relationships” may sound too simple or too soft. But lack of connection between people perpetuates a lack of empathy and understanding, which leads to a lack of vision for lasting change. And there’s nothing soft about relationships.
We undertook this survey as one early step toward an ambitious goal: to engage our community in a new conversation about why poverty and inequity exist and persist. To put it differently, we intend to inspire fresh thinking around an age—old question: “Who is my neighbor?”