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Eliot Howard, interim director of the Student Leadership
“[The CRSJ is important because
students] recognize that their privilege
and opportunity as college students
… means that there is an opportunity
and a responsibility to learn about
being civic leaders and more engaged
in their communities.”

Participants reflect on CRSJ

Josh Peck, News Editor January 22, 2020

African American Studies Program students march with rowdy pride during the MLK march. Isaac Serna, The Paisano

Students march to honor MLK

Isaac Serna January 18, 2017

Among the sea of participants in San Antonio’s 30th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. march, Roadrunner orange brightened the streets. “We wore orange because we wanted to show that this is a UTSA community,”...

MLK Day forgets to remember America’s most successful socialist

Justice Lovin January 26, 2016

On Monday, we celebrated Martin Luther King Day. I would argue that to some extent we did so in vain. The Dr. King we celebrate is but a shade of the man he was, the parts that are convenient; we remember...

San Antonio still has a Dream

January 20, 2015

Mia Cabello/ The Paisano San Antonio’s 28th Anniversary Commemorative Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. March united tens of thousands of San Antonians under one common cause— a dream....

27 years of marching for MLK

January 21, 2014

Matthew Trevino Nearly 175,000 people participated in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. March on Monday, Jan. 20. The San Antonio march began in 1978 and became a city-sponsored event...

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