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In the midst of Fiesta! Media Fever, they miss the first story of protest

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April 24th, 2008

When the “Royal Court” princesses look down from their Fiesta! parade float and see the largely Brown, poor, and sold-out crowd cheering them on, they lift up their $50,000 dresses and show them their tennis shoes.

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In San Antonio, Six Inner-City Schools Close and the Media Fiddles

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April 24th, 2008

She [the San Antonio Express-News reporter] seemed unresponsive, and told the parents she wasn’t sure she could do a story. When the parents around her brought up the SAEN’s corporate interests, she got defensive.

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In San Antonio, an “Alternative” Editor Shouts Feminist! to defend Her Bad Journalism

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August 23rd, 2007

I hate it when this happens to good women who sleep with bad men, even if it’s your own husband.

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The Media is Scared of a Naked Virgen

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January 16th, 2007

The Big and Very White Media of San Antonio is missing a national story about censorship and the blurring of church and state in the latino community.

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The Ten Women and Machismo at the Guadalupe Cultural Center in San Antonio, Texas

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June 19th, 2006

Since the Guadalupe Cultural Center’s new presidente arrived, R. Bret Ruiz, last summer in San Antonio, ten women have resigned, been fired, or terminated. The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, once the proud and mighty leader of Mexican-American and Chicana/o art and culture in the country, has no artistic directors left - except for dance.
These ten […]

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April 27th, 2006

My mother, Marina, crossed the border with a second-grade education, and saw almost all eight of her children born here finish college. Big mistake: She spoiled my brothers, those little kings of hers, who worshipped her too, awed by how she raised them on her minimum-wage jobs. Now middle-aged, they struggle […]

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