Nothing is off the table in this fast-paced, high-tension socio-political drama by Ayad Akhtar as race, religion, law, and art collide. Truths are revealed, tempers erupt, and lives are poised to shatter as everyone gets caught up in the conversation. The play is centered on sociopolitical themes such as Islamophobia and the self-identity of Muslim-American citizens.It focuses on a dinner party between four people with very different backgrounds. As discussion turns to politics and religion, the mood quickly becomes heated.…Find out more »
8:30 AM - Assemble at Avenida Guadalupe (Corner of S. Brazos and Guadalupe Street) for blessing of the march and community program. 10:00am - March Kick-Off to the AlamoFind out more »
Join us for the opening of "Aquí Estamos y no nos Vamos" Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 6pm at the Esperanza (922 San Pedro Ave.) The exhibit, Aquí Estamos Y No Nos Vamos, highlights the resistance, solidarity, anger, hope, and healing women of color are experiencing in response to the abusive and oppressive rhetoric that is/was disseminated during Trump’s campaign and carried on into his presidency. The art speaks to a transformation of a social or personal strife that translates…Find out more »
One special evening of Acoustic music, Candle light, Drawing art on table cloths, Eating & Drinking, Having good conversation, Lots of desserts, Camaraderie with wonderful supporters! All to support Inner City Development programs. And for the price of $8.00, more or less, (pay as you wish.) Children welcome. Doors open at 7:00; music begins at 7:30 at Inner City Development, 1300 Chihuahua St. , 78207. More info: 210.224.7239. Featured musicians are Rudi Harst, Bryce Milligan, John Garland and Patti &…Find out more »
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