The Missouri Community Action Poverty Simulation was designed to help healthcare professionals understand the challenges people living in poverty face.
From taxis that won’t stop for them to riding at the back of buses, African-Americans have long endured discrimination within the transportation industry.
This year’s 16-day program features more than 150 events by more than 40 nonprofits, corporations, and organizations.
More than 80 people gathered at Milam Park for a vigil in honor of the 71 people who died homeless this year in San Antonio.
The Palo Alto College S.H.A.R.E. Center brings counseling, wellness, food security, and career training – or wraparound services – into one building.
Following a cheating scandal at Alamo Heights High School, students and district’s leaders are trying to move forward and focus on greater lessons learned.
A Social Host Ordinance is a tool to assist law enforcement in combating underage drinking by holding adults who allow it to occur at parties accountable.
City leaders met with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement representatives Saturday to address the lack of coordination involving the family releases.
The Bexar County Esperanza Court keeps prostitutes off the streets by providing a variety of intensive health and social services to participants.
Mexican-Americans have been facing discriminatory political attacks across Texas for more than 160 years.