San Antonio, we stand with you and urge you to take this time to listen and enact real change. Here is a list of local organizations and impactful causes that work to further education, provide actionable resources, and promote racial equality.
Empowering women through networking, developing leadership, and mentoring while promoting the awareness of African American Culture.
Building off the concept originally began in 1963, 100 Black Men of SA strives to improve the quality of life within the community through educational and economic opportunities.
ACLU of Texas
The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas (ACLU-TX) is freedom’s watchdog, challenging government abuse of rights and fighting for fairness in our laws and their enforcement. We are dedicated to translating the guarantees of the Bill of Rights into reality for all Texans, moving our state forward as we work to protect and promote justice and equality.
Established in 1938, the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce connects the city of San Antonio with the surrounding business community to cultivate both economic and professional development.
A New Life for a New Generation seeks to aid abused or impoverished families in the community by offering assistance with social, material, and educational needs.
Black Freedom Factory exists to build a more racially and socially just society by cultivating racial equity across San Antonio through data-driven advocacy, mentorship programs for grassroots organizers, community outreach, anti-racism training, and consulting.
Knowing that only 1% of participants in Texas state parks identify as Black/African-American, Black Outside, Inc. aims to promote programs combining culture with the outdoors to nurture a more diverse generation of outdoorsmen and women.
Provides healing-centered outdoor experiences and culturally relevant environmental education for the youth of incarcerated parents in San Antonio, Texas.
Melanin Movers Movement endeavors to help African Americans in San Antonio with services aiming to develop community empowerment and support.
Created in 1918, The San Antonio Branch NAACP works to remove all racial hatred and racial discrimination in the community through programs and movements aimed at promoting equal rights and justice.
San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum preserves and showcases San Antonio African American cultural heritage through moving exhibits, festivals, and events.
The San Antonio Area African American Community Fund offers grants and funding to charitable programs and nonprofit organizations aiding African Americans in the San Antonio community.
With such a large state as Texas, the need for community organizing is incredibly important. Texas Organizing Project helps to organize and empower Black and Latino communities with dedicated staff and diverse membership.
The United Communities of San Antonio, Inc. (UCSA) is a human relations organization dedicated to creating safe and inclusive communities, while advocating for social justice, by promoting understanding and respect among all people through awareness, education, and dialogue.
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