A group of teachers in their 20s is reviving Camp Founder Girls, a summer camp for black girls founded in 1924 by a San Antonio woman named Mattie Landry.
Several committee members voiced concerns over how it appeared the City was moving forward on implementing an ordinance that they had been appointed to review and amend.
“Let’s start out by saying we don’t want to die alone,” the Blue Skies resident told others. “Let’s make sure our friends aren’t alone either.”
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
Providence Place started a new program for women seeking assistance while escaping traumatic situations, including domestic violence and sexual assault.
Council members express concerns with the efficacy of SAPD’s cite-and-release program.
After a document appearing to be a 2009 domestic violence report was published Friday, Councilman Greg Brockhouse denied all allegations once more.
District Attorney Joe Gonzales said Thursday he would not prosecute simple drug possession cases, and gave updates on other criminal justice reform efforts.
Council unanimously approved $141,000 – some of it contingent on private donations – to help the thousands of asylum-seekers passing through San Antonio.
Commentary: Acts of bravery by St. Mary’s students were inspired by the university’s sense of community and family spirit.
Council members asked for domestic violence to be prioritized in the upcoming budget process in June.