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

Featured Event:

January 28, 2021


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.

Featured Story:

Someone Like Mike


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.

Past Events

“San Antonio’s Roadmap to Justice”

Jan. 21 12:30–1:30 pm

Dr. Carey Latimore, Trinity University historian, will examine how SA’s business and faith communities joined forces to tackle deep racial and socioeconomic divisions. Bring your lunch!


SA Heals Immersion

Nov. 18 8:00am–12:30pm

Let’s be better together. A half-day interactive session exploring the stories we tell locally about poverty, class, and culture by taking a deep dive into a nonprofit on San Antonio’s East Side.


“The Geography of San Antonio’s Inequality Crisis”

Oct. 29 12:30–1:30 pm

Dr. Drennon, director of urban studies at Trinity University, will share key insights on how the pandemic has disproportionately impacted families and children living in our city. Bring your lunch!


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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There's a lot to learn, but it's easy to get started. Visit our learning library for resources to read, watch, and listen to.

Learning Library


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


Community Engagement

Click here to learn about our other Community Engagement initiatives.

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