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In a unanimous vote, the San Antonio City Council voted to accept $19,832 in donations from the LGBT community and its allies to help defray the cost of installing a rainbow crosswalk at the corner of Main and Evergreen in the heart of San Antonio’s LGBT business district.

The donations were presented to the City Council by officials from Pride San Antonio.

The vote clears the way for the city’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department to begin the installation of the crosswalk on June 23, just ahead of the Pride Bigger Than Texas Parade on June 30.

There will be nine awards totaling $7,500! Six scholarships awarded at $1000 each and three stipends awarded at $500 each.

The Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships, are created in honor of Holocaust survivors, Leizer and Rose Horowitz. Educating and empowering students to become ambassadors of breaking the veil of silence surrounding the issues of the Holocaust is a key goal. The world needs future leaders to actively do their part to stop current prejudices and prevent future atrocities.
The March of Remembrance is a part of the Global March of Life, where memorial walks are taken annually throughout the world on Holocaust Remembrance Day. The 2018 Houston area event will occur on Sunday, April 15th, near Rice University. Details including location and times TBD. Check March event page.

As families and loved ones grieve in Sutherland Springs, Texas, following the deadliest church shooting in modern U-S history, there’s a call for more Southeast Texas (SETX) churches to increase security and arm members.

KFDM/Fox 4’s Chris Mullooly spoke with Steve Visser, co-founder of Hedge Prote...

Twenty-six people are dead and 14 people remain in the hospital tonight after authorities say a man opened fire in a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Two local pastors, Dave Welch and Alan Lamar Patterson, are on the Factor to talk about the tragedy.