Jan. 18th, 11:30A – The Spire at St. Paul Square
Keynote Speaker: Crystal Miller
Columbine High School Shooting Survivor
What Makes Us Human?
“… only it’s seventh year and it’s already exploded, this thing is going around the world, trust me.”– Mayor Ron Nirenberg
DreamWeek is an investment of a community in its future. We thank all the sowers of dreams for a prosperous and peaceful tomorrow.
Advancing the Voices of
Tolerance, Equality & Diversity
Each annual DreamWeek Summit comprises a series of events designed with a singular purpose in mind: to foster the free exchange of ideas on universal issues affecting the human race. The aim is to invite all to participate in an open forum where real-world issues are discussed in a well-balanced manner, with the understanding that the truest voices will always prevail. Events can take a variety of forms, from symposiums, panel discussions and debates to film screenings, concerts and art exhibits.
Seven Years Of Growth
From The DNA of San Antonio
Experience the Dream
This year’s DreamHour presenters share unique perspectives on “What Makes Us Human.”
Reaffirming identity through justice
San Antonio’s unique stage spaces will highlight the diversity and range of talent from around the area.
DreamWeek creates opportunities for the community to be a part of greater civic and civil conversations. Advocacy, immigration, health, science and spirituality are some of the discussion opportunities for community members to meet, share ideas and dialogue in a safe and engaging environment.
Reasons to Participate
With well over 100 locations and hosting partners, the summit is as diverse and varied as its many voices.
Experience a summit that is of the community, by the community, for the community.
Share your thoughts and ideas with individuals driven by a common passion for civic and civil dialogue.
Create an environment which fosters new ways of thinking about conflict resolution.
Our Lives Begin To End The Day We Become Silent About Things That Matter.Martin Luther King III
We Have A Lot More In Common Than We Do That Is Different.Ed NewtonCommunity Bible Church
The Road To Civil Rights In The Name Of Humanity Has Many Challenges & Barriers. But A People United Can Overcome.Jaime P. Martinez
We Are The Face Of America’s Tomorrow.Shokare Nakpodia
Dr. King Inspired A Generation Of Artists To Lift Up Our Story.Aaronetta Pierce