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.
Six Years Of Growth
From The DNA of San Antonio
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.
Monday, Jan. 15th
MLK Commemorative March / MLK Commission
The largest march in the nation commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Thursday, Jan. 18th
“I Am Jane Doe” Film Screening and Human Trafficking Awareness Night
A film screening and discussion on human trafficking in San Antonio
Friday, Jan. 5th
DreamWeek Opening Ceremony / DreamVoice
A breakfast to celebrate the start of DreamWeek 2018
Saturday, Jan. 6th
Dream Leaders Recognition Ceremony & Conference
A ceremony recognizing the achievements of local youth that epitomize DreamWeek’s themes
Monday, Jan. 8th
The Blah Poetry Spot / Write Art Out Inc.
Open mic allowing new and seasoned poets to share their words to advance the literary arts in San Antonio
Saturday, Jan. 13th
Taste the Dream Gala / SAGE San Antonio
A celebration of diversity through food / Presented by University Health System
Sunday, Jan. 14th
A Woman Is a Sometime Thing
A musical performance featuring bass-baritone vocalist Michael Sumuel accompanied by pianist Elena Portnaya
Thursday, Jan. 18th
Say What Now? /
SAPL – Carver Branch
Writers and poets from across the city share narratives with a focus on social justice issues
Friday, Jan. 19th
SA2020 Impact Report Luncheon
AA celebration of the community’s progress towards collective goals for growth and sustainability
Friday, Jan. 12th
Colors of San Antonio / Raindrop Turkish House
Teaching people how diverse our city is and to learn coexistence.
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