San Antonio Black-owned restaurants and businesses you can support right now

Unique and successful Black-owned businesses abound in San Antonio, and we’re kicking off Black History Month by highlighting nearly 50 of those…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Studio See
1409 E Commerce St,,
Studio See Tattoo on the city’s east side is the one stop shop for tattoos and piercings. The newly opened shop has rave reviews, and is currently accepting appointments. 
Photo via Instagram / studioseee
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These Photos Show San Antonio's Long and Powerful History of Street Protests

San Antonians have shown their dedication to racial justice by taking to the streets in recent weeks and raising their voices against…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Picketing City Hall, 1963
Two NAACP members, including Larry Burns (left), picketed outside of San Antonio's City Hall to protest segregation.
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A Look at San Antonio's Long History with Protests

As people all over the country speak up for racial justice, it's important to remember that older generations of San Antonians also…

By San Antonio Current Staff, Alisa Pierce

Workers Alliance Demonstration, 1937
This bird's-eye view captured the city-wide parade protesting a scarcity of jobs in the area. The city was hit hard by the Great Depression, leading to an abundance of laid off workers.
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15 Field Trips Every San Antonian Should Revisit as an Adult

Remember when field trips were the most anticipated days of the school year? A break from the classroom, from your teacher, from your…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Institute of Texan Culture
    801 E César E. Chávez Blvd., (210) 458-2300,
    Celebrate the many cultures of Texas and gain some new perspective on life in the Lone Star State.Photo via Instagram, 
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