Black America By Christopher C. Herring
This Week's Issue
San Antonio MLK March 2020 Gallery
BLACK HISTORY IN SAN ANTONIO- THE CAMEO THEATRE & BLACK COMMERCE STREET
February 12, 2020
SA OBSERVER'S ONLINE AUDIENCE - WHY DO WE CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH?
BAIL REFORM IN SAN ANTONIO MAY BE IN THE NEAR FUTURE
SAISD YOUTH, SICK AND STUNNED, AT AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
By: Mario Marcel Salas
The Cameo Theatre and Black Commerce Street
The Cameo Theatre, located at 1123 E. Commerce, originally served as one of several segregated f...
By: Jose Macias Jr., D2, ACCD, Trustee
I truly believe that education is the key to ending generational poverty. It is the ultimate liberator and pathway that will change the tra...
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU BEGINS SELECTION PROCESS FOR VARIOUS POSITIONS IN PREPARATION OF 2020 CENSUS
(San Antonio), (Texas) —On January 1, the U....
By: Waseem Ali
The Spurs blew a 23 point third quarter lead in the first game of a back-to-back Monday night in Denver against the Nuggets. It was definit...
By: Fernando Rover Jr.
Anti-Blackness in the Latinx community is a real thing.
Actress Gina Rodriguez’s 2019 controversial racial slur isn’t the first indication o...
By: Observer Staff
During Black History Month, we are featuring 6 answers each week from our community on, why we celebrate Black History Month. Last week we...
Bail Reform in San Antonio
By: Doug Heath
Is Decency Relevant Today?
A central topic in leadership research revolves around the effect of different leadership styles; defined as the...
By: Lena Lopez, Parent SAISD, Observer
Hello SAISD Parents,
I have some great news about our Sam Houston Academic Decathlon team. Once again, they received 1st place in the Texas...