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Metrocare hosts 14th Annual Meal for the Minds Luncheon
Metrocare Services is the largest provider of mental health, developmental disability and permanent supported housing services in Dallas County serving over 50,000 annually. On Wednesday, May 31st, at the Hilton […]
Here are the safest—and most deadly—days for drunk-driving fatalities
By Geoff Williams Originally appeared in Stacker Drunk driving remains a significant problem throughout the country. But certain days are more dangerous on the roads than others. MoneyGeek analyzed historical […]
Impact Ventures – Bringing Capital to the Culture
Impact Ventures brings capital to the culture with the annual Inclusive Capital Summit. This is a 3-day interactive experience convening founders, funders, and innovators focused on seeking solutions to lack of capital, access, tech, and inclusion for under-estimated communities.
Black culture shines bright during Dallas Arts Month
This April is the 10th annual celebration of Dallas Arts Month and we wanted to feature a couple highlights from our favorites in the Black arts scene of DFW. According […]
Todo Sababa & Dallas Weekly partner and begin generational and cultural bridge between African American and Jewish communities
America’s white nationalist roots have plagued Black and Jewish communities throughout our history in this country. Both communities have deep-seated memories of injustice that we carry with us, that are important to our collective histories.
Why Is The Old Dallas Weekly Building Surrounded By Shit?
I just noticed a little more damage than usual and decided to pull over and just check it out. As I walked towards the front along side the MLK mural […]
Inequities in HIV for Black Americans
There has been a long-lasting history of medical inequities due to race in the United States, from gynecological procedures developed using unanesthetized bodies of Black women to less pain medication […]
North Texans, Comerica Bank Donated 625 Dresses Benefitting Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas, Dallas CASA in February
Six Dallas-area Comerica banking centers collected 625 new or gently used, formal dresses as well as accessories from fellow colleagues, clients and the community last month for teens served by […]
SOS! Save Our Structures: Tenth Street on Fire
A series of fires have ravaged the Historical Freedman’s Town Tenth Street neighborhood. This important historic district is home to a number of significant buildings and residences, many of which […]