It's not on MY Map: A much closer look at the most vulnerable Zip codes in San Antonio with an Equity Lens. Come out and learn more about the top four Zip codes in San Antonio that struggle with low literacy levels, educational attainment, low property values, domestic violence, poverty, and physical health. Panelists will discuss the historical context of these vulnerable Zip codes and address how the Equity Lens may improve the quality of life for these communities. Panelists include:
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Written by Justice Garza on Nov 12 2017 - 1:18pm
Written by Esther@SAPL on Feb 17 2016 - 4:32pm
Texas Women of Influence is a panel discussion with local San Antonio female leaders: Mayor Ivy R. Taylor; Hope Andrade, VIA Trustee and former Texas Secretary of State; Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson, A&M San Antonio President; and Terri Williams, Director of the UTSA Institute for Economic Development Small Business Development Center. Each panelist will field questions about her career, and what challenges she has faced as a professional woman. Texas Public Radio personality Eileen Pace will serve as the moderator of the panel.
Written by J.T. on Dec 10 2015 - 4:00pm
The New York Times listed Jan Jarboe Russell's book, "Train to Crystal City," as one of the Top Books of 2015 (read more here).
Written by Esther@SAPL on Feb 13 2015 - 8:35am
The San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) will host Texas Women of Influence on Tuesday, March 10 in the Central Library Auditorium at 6:30pm.
Written by Antonio Rodriguez on Apr 16 2012 - 6:39pm
A screening of First Generation, a documentary about four high school students who set out to break a cycle of poverty by pursuing a college education, will take place as part of the Mayor Castro's College Week. Students, parents, educators and community leaders are invited to the screening: It is the first time the film will be shown in Texas. A panel discussion with the film's directors will take place following the viewing.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Nov 7 2011 - 12:57pm
Information from press release: On Thursday, Nov. 10, 2:10-3:30 p.m. at Trinity University, Northrup Hall 040, Gemini Ink and Trinity University will present a collaborative community event: a conversation celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Black Like Me, a nonfiction work by white journalist John Howard Griffin recounting his experience in the segregated Deep South while posing as a black man. The event will showcase a discussion with moderator Michael Soto, Associate Professor of English, Trinity University, including the following panelists: