Take a visit to the Pan-African Connection Bookstore in South Dallas. More than a bookstore, this art gallery and resource center specializes in books on the history, health and forward movement of Black people. They also offer educational programming, wellness classes and community conversations.
Freedman's Memorial Cemetery was a burial ground for Dallas' early African American population in 1861 and one of the largest Freedman Cemeteries in the country. You can visit the memorial located at North Central Expressway (Highway 75) and Lemmon Avenue.
The African American Museum in Fair Park is devoted to the preservation and display of African American artistic, cultural, and historical materials. The current exhibition, Sepia: Past. Pride. Power, an exhibition of African American politicians, community leaders and entertainers from the Sepia Magazine Collection.