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Written by abnaz on Feb 20, 2012
The Native American population in San Antonio is a small, but organized group. Less than one percent of all San Antonio residents identify as Native American – or American Indian, which according to organizers of the United San Antonio Powwow is the preferred term for the native people preceding Europeans in the Americas.
Written by abnaz on Feb 16, 2012
For nearly 50 years, Rev. Claude Black’s sage and strong voice resounded words of wisdom, resilience, and peaceful civil rights protest as the pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, from 1949 to 1998. He has served as a civil rights leader, as well as a San Antonio political figure as a city councilman and as mayor pro tem.
Written by evrard on Feb 13, 2012
According to a news release, The Parks and Recreation Department’s Spring Break Camp will be held at 15 community centers, Monday, March 12 through Friday, March 16, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Written by abnaz on Feb 08, 2012
Pet lovers interested in reporting and writing, creating video or photos on animal issues will have the opportunity to get free training from NOWCastSA during a community journalism workshop from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday, Feb.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 07, 2012
A collaborative effort between multiple San Antonio agencies is now focused on getting more area students to apply for college financial aid. The new Student Aid Saturdays program is designed to help students and their families apply for both federal and state financial aid with one-on-one assistance available in both English and Spanish, as well as providing assistance in filing federal income tax returns to expedite the financial aid applications.