Rudi Rodriguez creates TexasTejano.com which is a deep dive into Tejano history that dates back to the 1800s.
This year marks 100 years since the 19th Amendment ostensibly gave women the right to vote.
For some, voter suppression persisted even after it technically became legal for all.
Meet four local activists who are fighting for change. Three of them traveled to Washington to march for Vanessa Guillen while another is
June 19, 1865, is also known as Juneteenth, and has been celebrated richly ever since, especially in San Antonio.
While school curriculums cover the major events during the Civil War era, there are some monumental events during that time that most students in Texas will probably neve...
There is a team of about 40 historians and researchers who’ve created a new school curriculum called Black History 365; An Inclusive Account of American History, that exp...