On Tuesday, Rivard Report Managing Editor Graham Watson-Ringo moderated a discussion about the Black Lives Matter movement in San Antonio.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) and activists have revived a yearslong discussion this week by calling for adjustments to next police union contract.
After a video circulated showing three Alamo Heights students laughing while using a racial slur, students are demanding change to prevent future acts of discrimination.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) filed a request for City Council to consider renaming Columbus Park and relocating a statue of the park’s namesake.
The Black Lives Matter protests – and now poll data – are providing the impetus for police reform at the local level, elected leaders said Tuesday.
Commentary: My children know they have the inarguable privilege of being born white. But is knowing enough?
Commentary: While elected officials have started moving in the right direction, it isn’t unreasonable for our community to expect more from our leaders.
Protesters gathered for a fifth consecutive day to march for justice for George Floyd before a 9 p.m. curfew went into effect.
Opinion: One simple change to police culture could revolutionize the way police are perceived in San Antonio, but it won’t be easy to implement.
Hundreds gathered in Alamo Heights Saturday and marched to City Hall in honor of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others killed by police.