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A Brief History of Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States and originated from Galveston,...

Photographing with a Brownie Hawkeye

SDCC had the opportunity to shoot with a Brownie Hawkeye film camera last month with Whitney Daude from Dallas Center...

Quest for Success Award Winner – John Spriggins

The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce nominated SDCC’s very own John Spriggins as an awardee for this year’s Quest for...

The Art Inspired Healing Festival

The month of May is also Mental Health Awareness Month, and 2 Inspire Peace Inc. of the Art Inspired Healing Collective brought the...

Craft Kids

Juanita J. Craft helped organize the Dallas Youth Council, which would become the model for youth organizations in NAACP chapters...

Floating Feather Fascinators Workshop

Workshop participants learned how to make an easy-to-wear fascinator and be part of a discussion on the history of hat...

Her Truth: A Women’s Poetry Workshop

In celebration of National Women’s History Month, we had the opportunity to discover poetry written by and for women of...

TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND Santos Salon with Kyle Abraham

On March 5 at the South Dallas Cultural Center, TITAS held its first live in-person salon in a very long...

Pastor’s Paradox

As part of our 20th International Performance Festival, Teatro Dallas and the Juanita Craft Civil Rights House & Museum presented...

Collage Workshop: What’s in Your Highlights Reel?

In celebration of Juniata J. Craft’s life, artist Constance Y. White hosted a free 2-hour adult collage workshop where participants were invited...

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