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
July 20, 2017
By: D2 Staff
photo by intelligentiso.com
Councilman William "Cruz" Shaw is committed to putting your priorities first. His staff understands the importan...
June 7, 2017
By: J. Tara, Observer Staff
Well, the first day of early voting pulled some numbers most probably were not expecting- around 7,400 according to the Bexar County Electi...
May 31, 2017
By: Observer Staff
We are asking a rhetorical question, and that is how are you doing?
Our newspaper cover was recently used to point out the fact that you in...
Early voting began Tuesday, May 30, for runoff races that will decide San Antonio's next mayor and six city council seats. Registered voter...
May 17, 2017
By: Will 'Cruz' Shaw
The community spoke loud and clear. Sixty percent of our residents want a change for the better at city hall.
We are going...
May 10, 2017
With 32 days until the run-off election for the city's Mayoral and District 2 City Council race you will have a lot of voters sitting back...
Last week, The SA Observer broke the story on the first 100 days of Texas Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins. The online response was ve...
May 3, 2017
Certainly the Mayor’s race is heating up and the three front runners out of 14 candidates are Mayor Ivy Taylor, City Councilman Ron Nirenbe...
April 26, 2017
By: Stephanie Zarriello
This generation of kids' thinking processes is completely opposite of what most of us remember during our childhood. Lie and we would have...