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OneTen Network Aims To Close Racial Wealth Gap With Skills-Focused Hiring
By Steven Monacelli A report commissioned by Mayor Eric Johnson about the Dallas workforce released in November revealed only 40 percent of jobs in Dallas pay more than $32,000 — […]
Best Community Service Organization: Not My Son
Not My Son, a grassroots Black Women-led non-profit, emerged in 2020 amid local protests of the horrific murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin.
Best of Black Dallas 2021: Best Doctor and Best Practice
Congratulations to Dr. Candace Brown for winning best physician/doctor, and also winning best medical practice.
Best of Black Dallas 2021 Best Photographer: K. Nicole Photography
Kira Purnell began her journey to professional photography in 2017 after years of being told she could sell her landscape photos.
Best Preacher: Pastor Freddie Haynes
Dr. Frederick Douglass Haynes III, has established himself as one of Dallas’ most passionate advocate for the community, social activist, and educator fighting against racial injustice.
St. Phillip’s School to Host 22nd Annual Destiny Award Luncheon Featuring Shaquille O’Neal
Join St. Philip’s School and Community Center for its 22nd Annual Destiny Award Luncheon on Wednesday, February 23, 2022
A California Teenager has Been Charged with Murder in 12-Year-Old’s Drug Overdose Death
A 16-year-old was arrested Tuesday and charged with murder for selling a fentanyl-laced pill to a child who died of a drug overdose, California prosecutors said.
Jussie Smollett is Set to be Sentenced for His Hate Crime Hoax on March 10
Jussie Smollett, the former “Empire” actor who was convicted last month of staging a fake hate crime, is set to be sentenced on March 10, his attorney Tamara Walker confirmed to CNN on Tuesday.
Accidental Overdose Death of 23-Year-Old Connecticut Woman to be Investigated as a crime, Police Say
The death of Lauren Smith-Fields, a 23-year-old Connecticut woman who died of an overdose, is now being investigated as a crime, Bridgeport police said Tuesday.