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COSA Diversity
The City of San Antonio's Diversity and Inclusion Office (DIO) cultivates an environment of respect and inclusion among our diverse populations.
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AACOG Jul 12
That's our Donna Teall! Proud of the work she does everyday for us on and issues through our programs.
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COSA Diversity Jul 12
From a presentation on LGBT elders: "they grew up in a time of tremendous discrimination but were also the first generation to fight back."
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SAY Sí Jul 10
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Thanks for the mention! The Stories Seldom Told: Less than Equal exhibition will be up through August for those who wish to see it!
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COSA Diversity Jul 8
Thanks and for the West side oral history convivio. Loved the stories about the Alameda from our elders!
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COSA Diversity Jul 7
Moved by the incredible art from students of . Educational inequity in SA thru performance art, experience, writing, visual art.
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COSA Diversity Jul 7
On LGBTQ civil rights: "changing the law is necessary but insufficient. We must also change hearts and minds."
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COSA Diversity Jul 7
San Antonio is majority Latinx and has the highest percentage of LGBTQIA families raising children. Latinx issues = LGBTQ issues
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COSA Diversity Jul 7
"LGBTQIA are a part of every community. We should stand up for immigrants, reproductive rights, Afro Latinos, Black Lives Matter"
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
Queer Brown Voices: "Our struggles, as Latinos, as queer people, are not separate. Our histories, work and hearts are integrated"
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
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We "need to speak truth to power" and "bring equity into every school in America!"
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
"12.8 million students being served by public schools are becoming increasingly segregated in schools with fewer resources"
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
Learning about the future of Latinos in K-12 public schools under and how we can work towards educational equity at
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
Coalitions matter. Environmental and immigrant activists organized and affected change that impacts ALL of us.
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
False insecurity narrative: "These structures have been built before...to me, they look like prisons and concentration camps."
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
False insecurity narrative: "it's not just the border wall but what the border wall means."
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
False insecurity narrative: communities with immigrants are more likely to be safer than communities without immigrants
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COSA Diversity Jul 6
Data is a social justice issue! A fair and accurate census means accurate (re)distribution of resources, esp bc of changing demographics.
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SACIV Jun 20
Thanks so much to for a great meeting with our delegation from Europe last week examining "Advancing Minority Rights"!
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COSA Diversity Jun 16
Thanks for inviting us to present on advancing racial equity! We love seeing your excitement for a more equitable San Antonio!
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COSA Diversity Jun 14
When I say LOUD, you say PROUD ❤️Thank you to the beautiful poets performing tonight at Loud & Proud: Queer Narratives in SA
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