For the second time in one week downtown residents and visitors saw people donning kevlar vests and assault weapons in the city’s streets.
The rally amassed around 300 demonstrators demanding that the Confederate monument featured in the center of Travis Park remain standing there as it has for the past 118 years.
Around 50 people showed up to support the removal of the Confederate monument in Travis Park from public space.
In the wake of San Antonio Police Chief William McManus’ statement on Monday that he will not fire Officer John Lee, who fatally shot Antronie Scott on Feb.
One week after a San Antonio police officer fatally shot an unarmed African-American man in the parking lot of a Northside apartment complex, Mayor Ivy Taylor convened a dozen of the city’s African-American and other minority civic, religious, education and neighborhood leaders at City Hall for a Thursday evening meeting.
A community of local social justice groups are coming together to “reclaim” the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March slated for Monday, Jan.