Two local San Antonio business leaders will accompany a private plane full of supplies to aid disaster victims in Mexico.
If there is a 20% tax increase on Mexican goods and NAFTA gets thrown to the curb, the U.S. economy – and particularly Texas – will be negatively affected.
The event, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., is organized by the newly founded AEM Cultural Committee, in partnership with Opera San Antonio and Art Legacy.
The ebb and flow of human capital between Mexico and San Antonio throughout history, they said, has always influenced San Antonio and continues to do so.
This past Friday, academic, psychiatrist, and former director of the National Autonomous University in Mexico (UNAM) Juan Ramón de la Fuente came to San Antonio to give a lecture in Spanish about the binational perspective of drug usage.
The words “drugs,” “corruption,” and “poor” were the most common word associations associated with Mexico in a national poll conducted by Vianovo, a consulting firm, and the GSD&M advertising agency in June.
Héctor Velasco Monroy, recientemente nombrado Cónsul General de México en San Antonio, no se anduvo por las ramas en su primer discurso público el jueves en el Frost Bank Plaza Club, cuando comparó la reciente retórica de odio dirigida a los mexicanos del presunto candidato a la presidencia, Donald Trump, con la retórica xenofóbica en Europa durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
The bond between the United States and Mexico “is the most important relationship for the United States,” said Agustín Barrios Gómez, president of the Mexico Image Foundation and master of ceremonies at the Bi-National Green Energy Forum held at the Pearl Stable on Thursday.
After 21 years of service to the City of San Antonio, Department for Culture & Creative Development (DCCD) Director Felix Padrón will step down from his position on Thursday, March 31.
More than 200 local, small businesses registered for face time with representatives of about 50 potential buyers in the public and private sector at the first Business Connect event on Tuesday at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is spearheading the program that works to match emerging local minority, and female-owned ventures with a variety of large organizations that work at the local, regional, and national level.