Blacks In Government@ San Antonio Chapter
San Antonio Chapter Meets the second Saturday of every Month
at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church (Classroom 105)
963 SW St.
San ANTONIO TX 78237 (210) 433-5636
Note: The office will be closed.
Please call Mr. Sweeney if you need any help: (210) 887-0579 if they need additional assistance on Saturday AM.
We the members of San Antonio (Alamo City) Chapter
Of Blacks In Government would like to welcome you to our
web-site. We hope that you find the information offered to be helpful and informative. We encourage you to browse at your leisure and also feel free to try the links to our Regional and National web-site.
Blacks In Government® - San Antonio Chapter is a registered
501 (c) 3 - nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational, training, and professional development organization that seeks to advocate on behalf of the 3.0 million African Americans employed in federal, state, and local governments. Our organizational structure is comprised of several hundred chapters strategically located throughout the United States.
BIG cultivates a desire to succeed, stimulate personal development and professionalism, and continuously focuses on achieving
equality of opportunity.
The San Antonio (Alamo City) Chapter of Blacks In Government
was formed in 1980. We are part of Region VI which has Chapters
located in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
San Antonio Chapter of Blacks In Government seeks to engage and advocate
on behalf of city, county, state, federal and military African American Government workers. The San Antonio Chapter is committed to promoting excellence in government through equity of opportunity. The broad organizational goals and objectives include advocating for diversity,
developing and promoting programs, which will enhance ethnic pride, educational opportunities, and providing a non-partisan platform on major issues of local, regional, and national significance. San Antonio Chapter is strategically located within Southwest Texas corridor and cultivates a
desire to succeed, stimulate personal development and professionalism,
and continuously focuses on achievement of equality through opportunity.
“Men Who Cook”