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African American Guide to Dallas


African Americans hold a unique place in the history of Dallas, a history continuously echoed in how the African American community is viewed today. Here's your guide to Black culture in Dallas.

Events

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Virtual Tour - The Fight for Civil Rights in the South
Fri - Nov 27

Virtual Tour - The Fight for Civil Rights in the South

Experience the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum's current special exhibition, "The Fight for Civil Rights in the South," virtually! The Fight for Civil Rights in the South combines two...

Daily through Jan 14

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum - Online through Matterport

Espresso Nutcracker
Sat - Dec 12

Espresso Nutcracker

If you believe in the magic of Christmas, experience Espresso Nutcracker, an enchanting performance for all generations. From Duke Ellington's jazz-influenced music, to talented Dallas Black Dance...

Virtual event

Content from the Dallas Now Blog

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A Day in Dallas: Cimone Key

The entrepreneur dishes on her favorite spots in the city.

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A Day in Dallas: Brittany Bullock

The transplant and blogger weighs in on food, coffee, and everything in between.

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A Day in Dallas: Jeremy Biggers

Through the lens of one of the city's most talented creative.

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3 Black-owned Cocktail Spots to Support

As the pandemic continues to impact small businesses, restaurants and bars, the need for community support is crucial.

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A Day in Dallas: Tashara Parker

The TV anchor dishes on her favorite spots in the city.

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Black-owned Restaurants to Support in Dallas

Five favorites we can't stop talking about.

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