Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City

Join in Thursday, February 9, for "Walk on the River: A Black History of the Alamo City." This independent film documents both the history and the contributions African-Americans have made to the fabric of San Antonio, Texas from Emancipation to the Civil Rights movement, chronicling the path of freed Blacks establishing communities, churches and schools in the 1800’s to thriving Black-owned businesses that flourished during the Jim Crow era. The original Walk on the River, completed in August of 2018 is one of the most successful documentary films in San Antonio, TX.

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