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San Antonio Black Community Heroes Honored with Eastside Mural

San Antonio Black Community Heroes Honored with Eastside Mural

The following write-ups describe the mural at the corner of E. Commerce and S. Mesquite Streets as was presented to the community on May 1, 2018-Artist Rudy Herrera

May 10, 2018 By Mario Salas

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Raging against crime in the community tells a deeper story in that those who do so are powerless before the great crime of racism that created and brought the criminals to the neighborhood in the first place.

April 24, 2018 By Mario Salas

The “Black Panther” Movie and Its Relationship to Real Problems

The “Black Panther” Movie and Its Relationship to Real Problems

The blockbuster hit movie “Black Panther” has some real life lessons for Africans and blacks across the globe. In the movie, African women are a real source of power for the leader of the Kingdom of Wakanda.

March 18, 2018 By Mario Salas

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Some Whites Need an Anglo Studies Class

Some Whites Need an Anglo Studies Class

in History

The term “race” did not exist in history before they ruined the world with these socially constructed terms that produced the concept of different races when there is only one race.

Modern Education is still Missing Facts

Modern Education is still Missing Facts

When one tells history and excludes information it is important to look at what is being excluded. Our educational system from the lowest levels to the university level is still lacking important educational material.

Hate Groups Have Increased-Donald Trump the Cause

Hate Groups Have Increased-Donald Trump the Cause

in Editorial

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), there are now 954 hate groups scattered across all fifty states.

NAACP statement on the passing of Minnie Hill

NAACP statement on the passing of Minnie Hill

in Obituaries, Press Release

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) grieves the passing of Minnie Mabry Hill, long-term NAACP leader in San Antonio, who died Friday at the age of 74.


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