Housing directly impacts all other opportunities within a person’s life – that was the premise of Sunday’s Dreamweek event, Redeeming the American Dream.
San Antonio’s sixth annual DreamWeek summit kicked off Friday, marking the beginning of two weeks of community programming aimed at advancing tolerance, diversity, and equality while celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.
Beginning in 1983, Daryl Davis reached out to Klansmen, shared meals with white supremacists and turned enemies into friends.
The United States of America became 52 citizens stronger Saturday, as children from around the world took the Oath of Allegiance in a naturalization ceremony at the DoSeum.
Rapper and poet Miguel Alcorn will not be defined by systemic stereotypes, but rather promotes ambition, justice, and motivation through his art and music.
More than 100 local leaders came together Friday to kick off DreamWeek, which honors King’s dream and those of other leaders who envisioned equality for all.
This year’s 16-day program features more than 150 events by more than 40 nonprofits, corporations, and organizations.
More than 150 events on the 2016 DreamWeek calendar have come to pass and none remain after Tuesday night’s Freedom Party that concluded the 12-day summit of seminars, mixers, classes, and cultural events celebrating diversity in San Antonio.
Martin Luther King Drive from the Southside to the Eastside became a miles-long river of humanity on Monday as an estimated 300,000 people marched on Martin Luther King Day in a city that has become famous for its annual public commemoration.
On a not-so-typical Friday night at the Dorćol Distilling Company on South Flores Street, the sound of bartenders working cocktail shakers and pouring icy drinks punctuated an earnest panel discussion hosted by Delta Risk LLC on cybersecurity and the cyber industry.