A conversation with San Antonio students about school safety, the digital divide and mental health
A group of San Antonio high school students want to make their voices heard. The SAISD student coalition weighs in on returning to school this fall. They touch on how it may impact the digital divide, mental health and overall safety.
Is it safe for students to return to the classroom? San Antonio doctor, teacher, counselor weigh in
Parents are grappling with a big decision this fall, whether to send their kids back to school at all. We talked to a San Antonio doctor, psychologist and teacher on whether it is safe both physically and mentally. They also break down important things to consider before making that choice.
KSAT-TV EXTRA: Bittersweet moments mark Pride 2020; LGBTQ+ community continues fighting for change
PRIDE began in 1989 in the form of protests and riots after Stonewall Inn, a gay club in New York City, was raided by police. Demonstrators called for justice and equality-- a theme echoed in this year's 'All Black Lives Matter' protests happening globally.
‘Black is Beautiful’: San Antonio brewery spreads message of equality with worldwide craft beer campaign
Weathered Souls Brewery co-owner Marcus Baskerville launched a campaign to highlight injustices and inequality. Hundreds of breweries from across the country and around the world have signed on to support the campaign.
Blacks, Mexicans cultivated relationships that led to liberation during 1800’s, local professor says
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 never learn about in the classroom, a St. Mary’s University professor said.
New school curriculum aims to ‘fill in the blanks’ about untold aspects of black history
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 explores crucial pieces of history often left out of text books.