organizing in San Antonio

Living Wage, Economic Development, Texas IAF, organizing in San Antonio

COPS / Metro Gains Support of City Manager on $13 / Hr Living Wage

Monday, August 3, 2015
San Antonio Express-News and KENS5 Cops/ Metro Alliance

living wages, Mayoral Election, Judge Wolf, Texas IAF, organizing in San Antonio

COPS Metro & County Officials Announce Wage Hike & Urge Vote

Thursday, June 11, 2015
Rivard Report & More

Days before the San Antonio mayoral election runoff, church and state united to urge voters to the polls and while there, to remember that San Antonians need a living wage. Read more about COPS Metro & County Officials Announce Wage Hike & Urge Vote

Cops/ Metro Alliance

March on Washington, Jobs, Wages, living wages, Texas IAF, organizing in San Antonio

COPS Metro: March for JOBS and Freedom Still Relevant

Monday, January 19, 2015
San Antonio Express News

On the heels of a succeeding campaign to raise the wages of San Antonio’s lowest paid public workers,  Read more about COPS Metro: March for JOBS and Freedom Still Relevant

Cops/ Metro Alliance

living wages, Economic Development, Texas IAF, organizing in San Antonio, Bexar County

COPS / Metro Leverages County Support for Living Wages in San Antonio

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
San Antonio Express News

300 COPS / Metro Alliance leaders gathered at Sacred Heart Catholic Church to announce a campaign to boost the wage floor for city and county employees from $11.47  per hour to almost $15 / hour over the next three years.  Elvira Adame shared how it angers her to see her daughter earning only $8.50 per hour at a public community college, leaving her “stressed and tired all the time from working so hard...."   Read more about COPS / Metro Leverages County Support for Living Wages in San Antonio

Cops/ Metro Alliance

Texas IAF, Community Organizing in Texas, organizing in San Antonio, #NoGagOrdinance, Lobbying, Jorge Montiel

COPS / Metro Leaders Protest City Gag Rule Against NonProfits

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
San Antonio Express News

COPS / Metro Alliance leaders demonstrated the implications of a new City rule by gagging one of their own leaders on the steps of City Hall.  Rosa Araujo-Iracheta of St. Philip of Jesus Catholic Church detailed what the new rules would entail, exclaiming “For some agencies, this blackout period has been in effect since March…That’s over five months of being shut out!” Read more about COPS / Metro Leaders Protest City Gag Rule Against NonProfits

Cops/ Metro Alliance

organizing for urban school reform, Pre-K, Voter Engagement, organizing in San Antonio, organizing in Texas, IAF

COPS / Metro Alliance Rallies in Support of Successful Bond for Pre-K

Monday, October 22, 2012
San Antonio Express-News
Approximately 1,000 people representing 35 church, school and union groups under the umbrella nonprofit Communities Organized for Public Service and the Metro Alliance, held their own press conference and publicly committed to backing Pre-K 4 SA.  
Cops/ Metro Alliance