If you missed Saturday night’s telecast, Fox Sports highlighted a recent event through Spurs Give.
"I think a lot of it is awareness and exposure."— Spurs Give (@SpursGive) February 29, 2020
– @spurs GM Brian Wright
Listen to what Brian and the other panelists had to say at the first-ever Spurs Young Professionals Black History Panel! #BlackHistoryMonth2020 | #YouGiveSpursGive pic.twitter.com/8vjoOVAL0P
In recognition of Black History Month, Spurs General manager Brian Wright brought together prominent community leaders for the first-ever Spurs Young Professionals Black History Panel.
First-ever Spurs Young Professionals Black History Panel!— Spurs Give (@SpursGive) February 27, 2020
The Spire at St. Paul Square
FREE for SYP Members!
$10 regular admission
For more and to register ➡️ https://t.co/DzWE7JwFvR@RivardReport | @COSAGOV |@sagesanantonio https://t.co/b4JerfXLyG
Wright along with Shermeka Hudson, Brian Dillard, and Tuesdae Knight discussed social equality and building a culture of empowerment last Thursday.
Last night, Spurs Young Professionals held their first-ever Black History Panel!— Spurs Give (@SpursGive) February 28, 2020
We would like to thank everyone who came out, co-hosts @RivardReport, @COSAGOV & @sagesanantonio and our panelists for making this such a great event!#BlackHistoryMonth2020 | #YouGiveSpursGive pic.twitter.com/RvuQam1Iik
The Spurs collaborated with the Rivard Report, the City of San Antonio (CASA), and SAGE (San Antonio Growth on the Eastside) to bring this evening together.
The evening was a hit and sure to become a regular feature as word spreads and the event continues to grow and involve more speakers from the community.
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