FREE Black History Month events in San Antonio Texas!

 

  1. Saturday, February 12th at 3:00 PM at the Carver Branch Public Library, (3350 East Commerce Street) 

“I DON’ BEEN THROUGH THE SNAKESKIN AND COME OUT CLEAN,” a family documentary presented by Ada Babino, Director of the San Antonio Black International Film Festival. Library phone:  (210) 207-9180

Saturday, February 26th at 10:30 AM at the Carver Branch Public Library, (3350 East Commerce Street) and next door at the Second Baptist Church Community Center:  

The  3rd Annual San Antonio African American Book and Author Festival, presented by the Friends of the Carver Library with the San Antonio Branch NAACP serving as one of the event sponsors.

 

 

Monday, February 28th at 6:30 PM at the Witte Museum, 3801 Broadway (Free parking available)

“Untold Stories of the American West,” history presentation.  Sponsored by HEB, with NAACP Silver Life Member Aaronetta Pierce serving as Steering Committee Chair. 

TO RESERVE A SPOT, CONTACT JOSHUA SEGOVIA, SPECIAL PROGRAMS MANAGER AT 210.357.1901 or  joshuasegovia@wittemuseum.org  

Note: If you arrive by 5:30 PM you may view the gallery exhibit Black Cowboys:  An American Story with special emphasis on Black Cowboys in Texas

 

Provided by NAACP-SA Community Coordination Chair, Mrs. Maria Greene

Check out more Black History Month Events at the Carver: https://the-friends-of-carver-library.mailchimpsites.com/events–carver

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