Margaret Atwood, one of the world’s most prolific and acclaimed authors, headlined two recent San Antonio events.
One year after the Women’s March in Washington D.C. that protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, groups in cities around the world are hosting marches and rallies to mark the anniversary throughout the weekend.
Leading up to its 2018 convention in San Antonio, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is conducting a nationwide listening tour.
The events in Charlottesville themselves, and the disagreements about how to deal with our still-festering problem of racial bigotry show how far we have to go.
If you knew Jaime Martinez, chances are you probably have what I call a “Jaime story.”
Friends and activists mourning the passing of civil rights leader Jaime Martinez sang, chanted, and released red and black balloons in his honor.
A Texas judge issued an injunction Saturday against a federal mandate aimed to protect transgender people, finding that the federal health rule violates existing law.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, members of the Bexar County Historical Commission, and U.S. District Court Judge Xavier Rodriguez commemorated a landmark 1897 federal case regarding the citizenship of Mexican immigrant Ricardo Rodríguez Tuesday.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff will introduce a panel discussion about the local tech industry next Tuesday, March 1, 11:30 a.m. at Rackspace headquarter’s event center, but what’s unique about this particular luncheon in San Antonio is that, for once, the conversation will be dominated by women.
The late civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has inspired millions with his crusade for equal rights, but on a day in 1963, King’s words reached a 12-year-old boy growing up in segregated Birmingham, Alabama.