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Churches have a big impact on vulnerable communities.
Remember this film? Probably not. But, it was one of the first documentaries to highlight extreme poverty in San Antonio.
The city is looking to define what is a vulnerable community in San Antonio.
Federal grants might be at risk if HUD budget cuts are imposed, reducing the amount of money that’s allotted for affordable housing and anti-poverty programs.
The local Christian-based nonprofit and volunteers repaired more than 50 roofs mostly in the near West Side and East Side in 2016.
The 21st annual Cesar Chavez march focused on accountability and not politics, according to the march organizer Gabriel Velasquez. Local colleges, advocate groups and San Antonio residents gathered to celebrate the annual march that commemorates the civil rights leader known for improving the lives of farmworkers through non-violent tactics. This year’s theme centers on San…