Each week, we’ll share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.
On San Antonio’s 11th day of protests against police brutality, demonstrators said earlier protests have been too police-friendly and aimed to change that.
Community leaders, the mayor, and law enforcement officials digitally come together to discuss the latest Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report poll results.
A smaller group gathered in front of the San Antonio Police Headquarters on Friday, marking the 14th day of Black Lives Matter protests in San Antonio.
Around 150 gathered in front of the building housing the district attorney’s office and shouted the names of Marquise Jones and Charles “Chop” Roundtree.
San Antonio City Council’s first legislative step toward meaningful police reform was delayed after hours of testimony from local activists.
Commemorating Juneteenth in San Antonio is more reflective than in years past, as social unrest and COVID-19 loom over community celebrations.
City health officials are watching to see if Black Lives Matters protests will cause a spike in San Antonio coronavirus cases.
SAMA and Poet Laureate Andrea “Vocab” Sanderson have teamed up for a remote activism project.
The City of San Antonio originally had a curfew on the downtown area each night from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. planned through Sunday.