AtticRep’s three theatrical pieces, which will take place at the Tobin, will bring talent from India, the United States, and Mexico.
Each of the nearly 20 speakers echoed the same message: that the bill is anti-immigrant and anti-democracy, and that they’re ready to resist it together.
This isn’t the first or even second time that the City has directly funded legal assistance. The measure is expected to be approved on Thursday.
Ciriaco and Carmen Lerma embody hard work and resilience.
Carlos Sada made a historic visit to San Antonio Friday to present a birth certificate to Dafne Ruiz Torres, 3, whose birth was not registered in Mexico.
All 50 Mexican consulates across the nation on Friday opened “Centros de Defensoría” or advocacy centers, aiming to protect the legal rights of Mexican immigrants and other Mexican citizens living in the United States.
The massive wave of migrants released from detention that arrived to San Antonio this weekend has continued to grow, overwhelming nonprofit agencies with vulnerable women and children.
After a judge in Austin ruled against private prison companies, ICE turned families over to RAICES, a nonprofit that offers legal services to immigrants.
When Donald Trump announced his presidential bid more than a year ago, he did so with a screed that emphasized his insistence that Mexican immigrants are criminals, and in particular, rapists.
Shoestring budgets and bureaucratic hurdles are preventing some of the state’s top researchers and forensic experts from identifying hundreds of the remains found on or near the Texas border, members of the Texas Forensic Science Commission said Wednesday.