Black America By Christopher C. Herring
This Week's Issue
San Antonio MLK March 2020 Gallery
'THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF KOBE HAS CAUGHT ME IN ONE OF THOSE RARE MOMENTS'
January 29, 2020
'I DON'T CARE IF YOU WERE PINK'
THE SHOW MUST GO ON
IS THE DREAM STILL ALIVE?
By: Waseem Ali
The news of Kobe and His Daughters Passing Sent Shockwaves Throughout the Sports World and the World Itself
Let me start out by saying that...
By: Jose Macias Jr., D2, ACCD, Trustee
When I was appointed to the Alamo Colleges District Board of Trustees, I believed I had a strong opportunity of being selected. I was confi...
Spurs / Sports News Release
Spurs Sports & Entertainment CEO RC Buford today released the following statement on behalf of the Spurs organization:
By: Fernando Rover Jr.
Educated and Endangered
When most people graduate college, it is a big accomplishment.
While much of the day is all a blur, there are certain...
By: Mario Marcel Salas
Paul White was one of the last participants engaged in black life in an area that was once entirely black on the East Side of San Antonio....
By: Maiysha Kai
Grief isn’t typically a rational emotion; it’s a raw one. And while many of us sat shellshocked by the deaths of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-o...
SAISD Taking Applications for Blue Ribbon Task Force
San Antonio ISD is currently accepting applications from interested individuals who wou...
By: Doug Heath
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called for racial and economic justice during his “I Have A Dream” speech. Yet today, over half a century later...
By: Lena Lopez, Parent SAISD, Observer
Hello SAISD Parents,
This past week I asked everyone to send me their stories about anyone that made significant changes within our Eastsi...