Written by SUIVES on Jan 22 2018 - 1:12pm
Replay NOWCastSA's video from the peaceCENTER's Blessing of the Peacemakers, on Sunday, Jan. 28 at the Whitley Center on the campus of Oblate School of Theology.
Written by Susana on Oct 6 2010 - 2:44pm
From lead paint in old houses to teen pregnancies, diabetes, obesity, lack of health care, smoking and drinking, East Side residents shared health concerns affecting the well-being of their community. In a unique public forum at the Claude Black Community Center, neighbors formed small discussion groups to focus on matters close to their hearts, sharing them with health care advocates in the hopes to bring about change.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 19 2010 - 2:29pm
In commemoration of his life, NOWCastSA has published exclusive video of interviews with Rev. Claude Black, produced by  the Source of Light Center at University Presbyterian Church in March 2004.This is the third in a series.Black was a civil rights activist and minister of the Mt. Zion First Baptist Church in San Antonio for almost 50 years. He served on the San Antonio City Council from 1973 to 1978, and became the city’s first black Mayor Pro Tem.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 5 2010 - 10:35am
In commemoration of his life, NOWCastSA has published exclusive video of interviews with Rev. Claude Black, produced by  the Source of Light Center at University Presbyterian Church in March 2004.This is the second in a series.Black was a civil rights activist and minister of the Mt. Zion First Baptist Church in San Antonio for almost 50 years. He served on the San Antonio City Council from 1973 to 1978, and became the city’s first black Mayor Pro Tem.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Feb 24 2010 - 11:33am
To commemorate Black History Month, and to mark a year since his passing, watch exclusive video of interviews with Rev. Claude Black, produced by  the Source of Light Center at University Presbyterian Church in March 2004. Black was a civil rights activist and minister of the Mt. Zion First Baptist Church in San Antonio for almost 50 years. He served on the San Antonio City Council from 1973 to 1978, and became the city’s first black Mayor Pro Tem. Black worked closely with other civil rights advocates including A.