Meet our Partners!
Members of the African American Education Archives and History Program Celebrating their 17th Anniversary Program in 2019 at the African American Museum.
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: CHRONICLING THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN DALLAS COUNTY
The Archives and History Program began in February 2002. The mission is to collect and maintain a repository of artifacts, documents and visual images that record African American education experiences in Dallas County.
Pan-African Connection Bookstore, Art Gallery and Resource Center
Culturally Rich and Historically Relevant
Our Vision: Connecting African people scattered globally with our great history, culture and collective strength, uniting Africa and African Peoples, and the upliftment of humanity worldwide.
Our Mission: To remind the world that Black history did not start in slavery, but in Africa.
Remembering Black Dallas, Inc.
RBDallas, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization that preserves and promotes, the African American life, history, artifacts, and culture of Dallas and its surrounding cities.
W. Marvin Dulaney Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Organized in Dallas-Fort Worth in 2013, the WM Dulaney Branch of ASALH sponsors an annual Carter G. Woodson Luncheon to celebrate Black History Month and partners with the African American Museum and the Dallas Independent School District to support programs that promote the history and culture of African Americans.
Meet our Sponsors!
George Foreman Foundation
Friendship-West Baptist Church
H. Kay and Kenneth B. Jarvis Foundation
Jewel and Roland Parrish Charitable Foundation
Atty. Demetris Sampson
Peggy and Carl Sewell
Dr. Gleniece Robinson
The Eugene McDermott Foundation