By Jeffrey Ruiz Originally appeared in Dallas Free Press Co-reported by Bethany Erickson, D Magazine Patsy Ruth Jackson struggled to hold back tears when she learned she might finally receive the home […]
By Marlissa Collier Dallas Free Press opened its doors with three questions in mind: “Whose voices are we listening to?”, “Whose voices are we amplifying?”, and “Whose voices are telling […]
By Jeffrey Ruiz Originally appeared in Dallas Free Press Every afternoon, 67-year-old Patsy Ruth Jackson visits her home on Shaw Street. She shuffles through the mail on her porch, checks […]
By Sujanta Dand Originally appeared in Dallas Free Press The South Dallas neighborhood of Mill City, which sits just southwest of Fair Park, has approximately 1,530 parcels of land, most […]
YMCA’s swim team is offering young Black kids a chance to develop as a team, and valuable lessons in a field they are typically disadvantaged in.
Dallas Free Press writer Jeffrey Ruiz discusses zoning issues and how a new plan could make room for more businesses in South Dallas.
Join Dallas Weekly’s Jess Washington and Dallas Free Press’ Keri Mitchell on October 20 for a community celebration to talk about what you’d like to see in South Dallas.
Seeing the historic Black community represented so fully on the pages of Ms. Clark’s children’s book makes it hard to believe that only a few historic structures remain…
For every Black school that is heralded and remembered, however, there are schools that have been erased from public memory and largely unknown today.