Conscious Conversations: Diasporic Education, Grades 9-12

Virtual Discussion TX

This month's racial education virtual discussion is about diasporic education. Diaspora: the movement, migration or scattering of a people away from an established or ancestral homeland. (Merriam-Webster) Explore with us the meaning of diaspora and how embracing cultures can impact social justice and harmony. This month's discussion leaders are Doctors Charles Gentry and Sunita Punjabi.  Register today!

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Virtual Kwanzaa Community Celebration

Virtual Discussion TX

Join our nightly Kwanzaa Celebration simulcast on the SAAACAM, B-RAW Podcast, TAAN-TV and San Antonio Kwanzaa Coalition Facebook and YouTube pages.

Conscious Conversations – Storytime (Kindergarten through 5th Grade)

Virtual Zoom Discussion

SOMETHING HAPPENED IN OUR TOWN Written by Marianne Celano , Marietta Collins , Ann Hazzard , Jennifer Zivoin Something Happened in Our Town follows two families — one White, one Black — as they discuss a police shooting of a Black man in their community. The story aims to answer children's questions about such traumatic events, and to help children identify and counter racial injustice in their own lives. Free, downloadable educator materials (including discussion questions) are available at www.apa.org. From the Note to Parents and Caregivers: There are many benefits of beginning to discuss racial bias and injustice with young children...

Burial Ground: Exploring African American Resting Places – Eastview Cemetery

Eastview Cemetery 3550 Roland Avenue, San Antonio

We explore the history of African American trailblazers in San Antonio with a safe, socially distanced, outdoor walking tour of Eastview Cemetery. A few of the historic figures uncovered include Samuel Sutton, Oliver Sutton, Myra Hemmings, Hattie Briscoe, Claude Black Sr., Charles Bellinger to name a few. Discussions will also include the history of the previously enslaved people buried at the cemetery. We will also learn about the cemetery’s historic evolution. This epic tour celebrates the lives of local African American historic icons and the difference they made in our community. Join us!