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    ‘Making Our Way Home’ is a superb story

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You are not safe. How scary is that? If someone told you that your life was in danger right now, and they...

    Dallas and Garland ISDs Offering Elective Courses in Ethnic Studies

    By:  Jackie Hardy, NDG Contributing Writer In a recent legislative session, the Texas Education Agency approved offering a one-credit elective course in ethnic...

    UCLA launches a digital archive of former LA Mayor Tom Bradley

    By: Adrian Figueroa, UCLA The UCLA Film &Television Archive has created a digital portal showcasing local news footage of former Los Angeles Mayor and UCLA alumnus,...

    Hamilton Park 15th School-Wide Reunion scheduled for Aug. 9-11

    The Hamilton Park School-Wide Reunion Steering Committee is hosting its 15th School-Wide Reunion, Aug. 9 - 11. The Class of 1969 was the last...

    55 Years after the Civil Rights Act, have we made progress?

    By Ruth Ferguson, NDG Editor We have elected our first Black president in U.S. history, we have bought homes after getting better jobs. Our children...

    Time for Kids: Heroes of Black History teaches children of color about history-making role models

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer Who do you look up to? Who is the person you most want to be like when you grow up?  The one...

    Facing Frederick honors the legacy of a truly remarkable American

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You’re not backing down. There’s a line in the sand and nobody’s crossing it on your watch. When something isn’t right and...

    Bound to the Fire is an eye-opening culinary journey

    By Terri Schlichenmeyer You’ve been cooking up a storm for days. Soon, the whole family will be sitting at your table, which will be loaded...

    Must Read

    Win Tickets to Loving and Loving at Bishop Arts Theatre Center

    Walk into a restaurant and look at the couples, how many interracial couples do you see enjoying a dinner date? Today we see it...

    DCT’s groundbreaking play ANDI BOI promises an innovative, interactive audience experience

    Dallas Children’s Theater (DCT) revealed new details about its upcoming groundbreaking play ANDI BOI, a world premiere production focused on one transgender teen's journey....

    On stage in DFW this weekend

    Local theater fans have a wide range of options this weekend. Choices range from classic plays, faith-based production, a look back at secretive government...
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