WHERE WILL THE CHILDREN PLAY
AND THE DOGS RUN FREE?
More cars going to Wal-Mart means more pollution where Sancho lives. Sancho believes that his street will start looking more like a thoroughfare than a residential street or like somewhere in Houston, says Hanson, who accompanied Sancho during his protest walk around what's left of the old Northcross Mall on Anderson Lane. Also part of Sancho's ensemble was Doug Dorst, a creative writing professor at St. Edward's University. The protest was organized by Responsible Growth for Northcross (RG4N).