The current heat dome in Texas has daily temperatures in the triple digits, putting millions of people and workers at risk of heat-related illnesses.
Pride month is more than just rainbows everywhere. It’s about showing up and showing support for the LGBTQIA+ community. To start, we listed three ways you can do that today.
While bigger cities have a lot to offer, they can feel overwhelming, cluttered, and crowded. In comparison, the RGV gives us the time to value our community’s and culture’s richness— an ideal spot to join a slower, more intentional way of living.
Since the overturning of Roe V. Wade, many conservative states, such as Texas, have cracked down on folks’ ability to have autonomy over their sexual health—especially teens.
Marchismo and marianismo are a toxic set of expectations and behaviors that negatively affect people in cis and queer relationships. This article discusses how these roles and expectations adapt differently when presented in queer relationships.
Elevated suicide rates among Latino men in the United States are having a profound impact on the RGV due to Machismo Culture and the lack of mental health access. Many men are finding themselves unemployed, anxious, and depressed.
On Saturday, May 13th, a deadly tornado tore through Laguna Heights, causing significant damage. Current efforts are taking place to help the Laguna Heights community.
Roots Fest, will be a communal celebration of abundance. Celebrate the RGV as a community with vendors, art, food, and music.
Nature is vital in everything we do. Yet, at times, we ignore the many issues plaguing our communities within the Rio Grande Valley. Although Earth Day/Month has come and gone, these issues remain. Learn about the local environmental issues that continue to affect the RGV and the organizations and groups that keep fighting for our environmental rights.
Sentient.Art.Film, in partnership with ENTRE Film Center & Regional Archive, presents Lo Que Queda En El Camino (What Remains on the Way) as part of a traveling community screening series taking place at the LUPE Meeting Hall in San Juan on Sunday, May 7, 2023. The film follows Lilian, an indigenous mother of four, traveling from Guatemala to the US border. The free event will include panel discussions, a donation drive, and more!