Black America By Christopher C. Herring
This Week's Issue
San Antonio MLK March 2020 Gallery
HUNKER DOWN- 'AS A COMMUNITY OF COLOR, GOING WITHOUT IS NOTHING NEW'
March 24, 2020
6,000 STUDENTS MAY BE IMPACTED BY LACK OF RESOURCES
SAISD SCHOOLS CLOSED INDEFINITELY- HOW TO START HOMESCHOOLING OVERNIGHT
SENIORS NEEDING MEALS OR FOOD BANK COMMODITIES- SEE RESOURCE LIST HERE
August 27, 2019
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to essayist Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah about the legacy of American author Toni Morrison, who died at the age of 88.
July 2, 2019
By: Cydne Robinson
SAN ANTONIO AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE DOCTOR SHINES & CASTS OUT ANY DOUBT
She walks into the medical office at 7:45 a.m. every mor...
June 4, 2019
By: Jade Morris
Nipsey Hussle's flagship Marathon Clothing store is closing its doors, at least for now.
Earlier this week (May 7), the South Central L...
By: Matthew Wright
A Black chef and his friends encountered a racist Airbnb host in New York City who asked which 'monkey' would be sleeping on the couch afte...
December 12, 2018
By: Shawn Lewis
NAACP gets sponsors for next summer’s national convention
Rev. Dr. Wendell Anthony (right) talks about the national convention coming back...
May 9, 2018
By: Gerald D. Givens Jr.
Mrs. Minnie Mabry Hill was a forceful public figure and an important leader in the civil rights movement. She is known as the First Lady of...
April 18, 2018
By: Observer Staff
Black Businesses receive less than 1% of contracts
(San Antonio) – Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Bexar County Manager David Smith met...
April 11, 2018
AUSTIN – The Texas Association of African American Chambers of Commerce (TAAACC) will host Black Business Day at the Capitol on Friday,
March 7, 2018
By: Stephanie Zarriello
Former City Manager & Executive HR Director Speak Out!
City of San Antonio and Bexar County guilty of Title VII infractions against