The concept of heroism and heroes looms large in this weekend’s SA Symphony concerts, which features selections to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
With passion, commitment and hope, 300,000 people joined together in peace to walk the 2.75-mile route of the 29th annual Martin Luther King Day March on San Antonio’s Eastside Monday.
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.
Monday should be a great day for a walk on the Eastside.
The American historical drama “Selma” (2014), which depicts the marches for voting rights led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the mid 1960s, served as the perfect primer to Peggy Wallace Kennedy’s talk after the MLK, Jr. Commission’s film screening Monday night at the Carver Community Cultural Center.
San Antonians driving in the Eastside today might notice new street signs at 13 intersections on Martin Luther King Drive.
Do you know a San Antonian that has dedicated themselves to the advancement of human rights, nonviolence, or social equity?
San Antonio’s third annual DreamWeek summit kicks off Friday, Jan.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Everybody can be great because anybody can serve.”
City Year San Antonio (CYSA) a local education non-profit wholly focused on improving San Antonio’s dropout rate, took a break from routine in-school service to host more than 300 volunteers in community service projects to celebrate “A Day On, Not a Day Off” in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The service event took place on Saturday, Jan.
It was a glorious day.