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Walk on the River 2.0: The African Influence in San Antonio Documentary Screening

CANCELED. Join for a screening of "Walk on the River 2.0: The African Influence in San Antonio, TX." In this second installment, Walk on the River 2.0 we speak about the presence and influence people of African descent have had in this area before and during enslavement, including: The African Presence in the Americas before Columbus, The Moors in Spain, Blacks at the Battle of the Alamo, Slavery in San Antonio, Emancipation Celebrations in Texas (Juneteenth), African Symbols in the city and more.

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