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Jean-Michel Basquiat was a history-making artist—one who definitely deserves to be celebrated for more than his just incredible and unique style. Basquiat used his work and his platform to bring attention to issues that affected the Black community. When I… Continue Reading →Arts Social-Emotional
What are you grateful for? How often do you ask yourself, your children, family members, or friends what they are grateful for? When a special holiday rolls around, like Mother’s Day, Thanksgiving, or Valentine’s Day, we reflect and express our… Continue Reading →Arts Social-Emotional
As the CEO/Director of the San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum (SAAACAM), I work to carry out our mission to collect, preserve, and share the cultural heritage of African Americans in the San Antonio region. In honor of… Continue Reading →Arts Literacy
We are proud to share this guest post by Amanda Maloney, who teaches Social Studies, Music, and Character Education to middle school students at the School of Science and Technology—Northwest, about using a fun meme generator activity that also teaches… Continue Reading →Arts Social-Emotional
As we are in Native American Heritage Month, this season is a perfect opportunity to explore the cultural heritage of Native people in the West and in Texas particularly. While feathered headbands have been a popular activity over the years,… Continue Reading →Arts Literacy
I was getting my children ready for the pool yesterday when I got an email notification on my phone. It had been a stressful day with both kids home, including working on a project with a looming deadline, trying to… Continue Reading →Arts Literacy