African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Baptists -- United States -- History.;
Reverend Black was involved with the beginnings of the Baptist Ministers Union of San Antonio and Vicinity, as Secretary, as part of committees, and as President. This folder contains meeting notes, correspondence, organizational documents such as...
African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- History -- 20th century; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
Editorial by Reverend Black, addressing the need for desegregation of educational institutions, in light of the violence that resulted when James Meredith enrolled and was accepted as the first African American in then-segregated University of...
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century;
Editorial by Reverend Black praising James H. Meredith and his struggle for education at the University of Mississippi, as well as recognizing the courage of all African Americans living in Mississippi in an atmosphere of violence and terror.
Baptists -- United States -- History.; African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Mount Zion First Baptist Church (San Antonio, Tex.);
ZerNona Stewart Black scrapbook from 1944 through 1964, includes personal and community news and content, as well as clippings and news items that relate to her time as Direcctor of the San Antonio USO YWCA, 112 Sycamore Street, and the Swankers...
African Americans -- Texas -- San Antonio; Civil rights movements -- Texas -- History -- 20th century; Municipal government -- Texas -- San Antonio; San Antonio (Tex.)--Race relations--History.; San Antonio (Tex.). City Council.;
Reverend Black's political campaign and local politics from 1963 through 1965 are covered in newsclippings and letters from local and Texas political figures,including Henry B. Gonzalez.