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Dialogues for Activism: Part 3: Community

LBJ Museum

The LBJ Museum of San Marcos and Texas State University will co-sponsor a free series of “Dialogues on Activism” with activists, scholars, and community, state and national leaders offering front-line reflections on motives and methods for social change. Open to the public.

Community: 1. Sanctuary and Refugees; 2. Fight for $15

8:30 am:
Coffee sponsored by @JusticeTalkTXST 

9:00 am – 10:30 am: First Dialogue on Sanctuary and Refugees:  Facilitator: Rev. Karl Brown

Alejandro Caceres, Grassroots Leadership; Dr. Karen Brown; Holly Wise, VoiceBox Media, Solutions Journalism Network, and School of Journalism and Mass Comm., Texas State

10:45 am – 12:15 pm: Second Dialogue: Fight for $15Facilitator: Bradley Crowder, Austin Fight for $15; Josh Perez, San Marcos Fight for $15; Taylor Jones, Texas State Employees Union (TSEU) and Dr. Ed Mihalkanin, San Marcos City Council, Place 3.


What's Near Here?

LBJ Museum of San Marcos

Downtown | Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th president of the United States lived in San Marcos while earning a degree in history and a permanent teaching certificate from Texas State University.

Twice Blessed

Downtown | A consignment and resale store in Downtown San Marcos. Jewelry, accessories, clothing, housewares and furniture. You never know what treasure you will find!

Alfredo's Jewelry

Downtown | Alfredo's Jewelry provides you with the very best in affordable jewelry & luxury. Stop by and see our assortment of rings, earrings, pendants, necklaces and bridal jewelry.