The United States of America is facing more hard truths in the aftermath of a white nationalist coup attempt on January 6th, 2021 that left 5 people dead and dozens more injured. At the United States Capitol building, a structure built by enslaved Africans, the world witnessed a violent insurrection Continue Reading about YES, This is us. What will we do about it?
Dallas TRHT's Racial Equity & Racial Justice Scholarship was created to invest in a racially equitable future for Dallas, providing opportunities to build the capacity of Dallas changemakers. In partnership with Ballengee Group, we sponsored Dallas County-area community members with a three-day Continue Reading about Racial Justice & Racial Equity Scholarships
Dallas TRHT Presents Transformation Tuesday, a community-driven online series highlighting the ways race and racism impact every aspect of our lives, and what we as a community can do to change and transform it. Our first event focused on race, racism and racial equity within the arts industry and Continue Reading about Transformation Tuesday: Race, Racism and the Arts in Dallas
How do you change the narrative about place? During our Racial Equity NOW Cohort Session, Dallas TRHT Director Jerry Hawkins led a history-focused bus tour of Dallas. Follow along in this blog series as we explore the history of our stops in more detail. Dallas Heritage Village and the land Continue Reading about Racial Equity NOW Tour – MillerMore Mansion and Gano House (Dallas Heritage Village/Old City Park)
Illustration by Elizabeth Niarhos, @lizar_tristry Continue Reading about Language Matters: Storytelling for Racial Justice
Visual notes illustrated by Elizabeth Niarhos (@lizar_tristry) Watch a recording of our Facebook Live event on June 12, 2020 talking about our community's next steps as we remember George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, and committment to working towards a Dallas without racism and Continue Reading about Dallas Community Against Racism
Congratulations to the recipients of our Equitable Social Impact Scholarship. This scholarship was created in partnership with Innovan Neighborohoods to invest in a racially equitable future for Dallas, providing opportunities to build the capacity of Dallas changemakers. MiShon Landry, CDP is Continue Reading about Equitable Social Impact Scholarship Recipients Announced