WATCH: San Antonians discuss their experiences with racism and what they hope the city can do to end discrimination

‘It took me so long to accept the fact that I was Latina or that I was Puerto Rican,' one participant told KSAT

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The city of San Antonio was one of three places in Texas to declare racism a public health crisis this summer.

KSAT brought together three San Antonio residents, Glo Armmer, Pharaoh Clark and Josey Garcia, to discuss their experiences with racism and how they hope the city can tackle racism and inequalities.

You can watch the entire conversation in the player below.

About the Author:

Brina is the Executive Producer of the NightBeat and KSAT Explains. She has been with KSAT since 2015. She is a Houston native and proud to call San Antonio home.