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Texas’ rolls of cash assistance recipients under its TANF program have steadily shrunk over the last two decades. Some experts say, the bureaucracy guarding the state’s safety net makes it difficult to access those benefits, even for Texans who fit the requirements.
One person’s “affordable housing” is another person’s “shelter poverty.”
A day at the Greyhound bus station in downtown San Antonio, where virtually every day immigrants seeking asylum in the United States are transported from detention facilities in South Texas and dropped off to await uncertain futures.
Often, it’s because it makes too many white people uncomfortable.
“Inequality: San Antonio’s Silent Crisis” takes a deep dive into the complex topic of economic segregation in San Antonio. The program aired Friday, October 13 at 6:30 p.m. on WOAI-TV and 9:13 p.m. on KABB-TV.
San Antonio’s challenge is not about “income inequality” — it’s about space.