As the first civil settlement in the state of Texas, there are a ton of historical sites and legendary tales that have helped to shape the culture of our community. In the original documentary film Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City the African American experience is shared from the time of Emancipation (roughly 1865) to Integration and the end of Jim Crow segregation (roughly 1965).
Food truck court will be open. Movie begins at dusk. Discussion, plus Q & A follows the movie.
Complimentary reserved seating is available at the link below.
SAAACAM is providing this film series as a public service, but it is neither a legal interpretation nor a statement of SAAACAM policy. The airing of the film series does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by SAAACAM. The views expressed by the films and guest panelists are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. The film series and subsequent discussions are designed to raise awareness and encourage dialogue around historic events. If you have any questions about this disclaimer, please contact SAAACAM.