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Inequality is complicated. Let’s talk about it.

Kickstarting a conversation about inequality with Texas Public Radio.

Eleven Weeks Hungry: Coach Pop, San Antonio Food Bank Issue Call for Support

Summertime means hunger for kids in neighborhoods that depend on school lunch.

Why San Antonio has both high employment and high poverty

High employment rates, although good, might be misleading based on the number of low income jobs in the city.

This week, tell San Antonio how to spend neighborhood dollars

City taxpayers allowed to explore options on how four federal grants are expended.

The opposite of poverty is not wealth. It’s justice

Why inequality matters for the future of San Antonio.

Ron Nirenberg: ‘It doesn’t matter who you are or what part of town you live in … you should have a city that works for you’

As mayor, District 8 Councilman Ron Nirenberg wants to craft a housing policy that will address displacement, and he also wants to consolidate some of San Antonio’s school districts.