Stories, experiences, and cohorts exploring an age-old question:
“Who is my neighbor?”


We tell stories that move our hearts and minds into empathy and action. Our goal is to shift what we believe, know, and do as we create relationships with each other and our neighbors across San Antonio’s ZIP codes.

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We create collaborative events and learning experiences. Our carefully designed programs help you to become brave when entering into hard conversations and discussions about injustice, inequality, and race.

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Past Events

Unshakable Faith
Jan. 10 12:30-1:30PM

Dr. Carey Latimore discusses his new book with Director of Storytelling, Dacrie Brooks during a lunchtime event on Monday, January 10, 2022.

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Fathers Matter
Jun. 21 12:30-1:30PM

Join us on your lunch break as Ramon Vasquez of the San Antonio Fatherhood Campaign shares why working with fathers is an essential aspect of community restoration.

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The Neighborhood is Her Canvas
May. 6 12:30-1:30PM

Crystal Tamez, San Anto Mural Preservationist, shares her story, her artwork, and her passion for her West Side community in this virtual Lunch and Learn.

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The Bumpy Road to a Prosperous West Side
Feb. 11 12:30-1:30PM

Ramiro Gonzales, of the Westside Development Corporation, explores new models of inclusive economic growth for families and businesses on the West Side.

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Under One Sky
Jan. 28 12:30-1:30PM

Artist Mark Menjivar and students of the CAST Schools share their new installation at The DoSeum. Because no matter how far apart we are, we live under one sky.

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San Antonio’s Roadmap to Justice
Jan. 21 12:30-1:30PM

Dr. Carey Latimore, Trinity University historian, examines how SA’s business and faith communities joined forces to tackle deep racial and socioeconomic divisions.

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The Geography of San Antonio’s Inequality Crisis
Oct. 29 12:30-1:30PM

Dr. Drennon, director of urban studies at Trinity University, shares key insights on how the pandemic has disproportionately impacted families and children living in our city.

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Our Cohorts

Narrative Change Cohorts bring groups of people together for a series of convenings and learning experiences exploring poverty and inequity in San Antonio over an 18-month period.

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Our Advisory Council

We want to be faithfully present in San Antonio, carefully analyzing our role in building a more whole and equitable future for all of our neighbors. Part of that work includes learning from leaders across our city working toward the same goal.

Meet Our Advisory Council


For more information about The Narrative Change Project, contact Dacrie Brooks.


Community Engagement

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