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Rinku Sen with Race Forward shares insight on steps to advance racial justice at our September 2016 Partner Convening. Click here to listen.

Webinar Playback – Challenging Systemic Racism in the South
July 23, 2013.  This webinar helps participants get familiar with the different levels of racism and operate from a proactive and explicit racial justice framework. We take a systemic approach to addressing racism, focusing on root causes of inequity, and looking for practical solutions participants can advance. Participants will interact with key concepts, learn about systems analysis, and identify ways to apply racial justice concepts and skills in social change efforts in the South.

African-American Men & “The Talk”
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

Against The Grain Productions
Producing films, media, programs and events that promote awareness and unity of Asian American culture, artistry and identity. “One Voice. Many Stories.”

Beautiful Response to a Statement “Islam Is Not Peaceful”

Big D: Back When from Kera (film)
Combines archival film footage, still photos and interviews with a wide range of Dallasites to create a portrait of the past that offers fascinating insights about how Dallas has evolved.

Bonton + Ideal (film)
bcWorkshop produced Neighborhood Stories: Bonton + Ideal in May 2016

Bullying of Asian-Americans in School
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

Closing the Hispanic Education Gap
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

Crossing the Line: Multiracial Comedians

Diversity of Latinos in DFW
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

First Memories of Racial Differences
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

Homocido Calificado / First Degree Murder
Es la historia real de un homicidio cometido en contra de un menor de edad a manos de un policía en un pequeño poblado de Texas en 1973.   Student play based on book by Victor Hugo Rascon Banda about 1973 Dallas murder of Santos Rodriguez.

Kera Interview with Sol Villasana
Sol Villasana is author of Dallas’ Little Mexico

Little Mexico / El Barrio
KERA documentary explores the rich cultural heritage of one of Dallas’ oldest neighborhoods, where individuals and families settled to begin new lives after immigrating from Mexico. Interviews, archival photographs, home movies and personal memorabilia create a historical record of this once-thriving community that encompassed the current Uptown, Arts District and Historic West End areas.

Sharing The Power
KERA half-hour special examines the impact of the lawsuit, Roy Williams and Marvin Crenshaw v. The City of Dallas, which changed the way Dallas elects its city officials.

Social Media: Part 2
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

The Impact of Social Media on Race
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

The Rise of Interracial Marriages
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

The U.S. – Mexico War (1646-1848)
Bilingual website along with extensive educational resources based on KERA’s national Emmy Award-winning series

Why Race is a Sensitive Topic for White People
NBC 5 & NBCDFW look at what unites us and divides us in 2012 By Reginald Hardwick and Kristi Nelson

Dallas’ civil rights history explored in ‘Justicia’ exhibit at Latino Cultural Center
Article about Justica exhibit with video clips of Hispanic Leaders

Dallas at the Crossroad Part 1
This is a documentary-style film produced in 1961 by a group of Dallas businessmen who were anxious to avoid the kind of violence that had erupted in other southern cities like Little Rock as the schools were desegregated. Note, also, the appearance of Walter Cronkite

Dallas at the Crossroad Part 2
This is a documentary-style film produced in 1961 by a group of Dallas businessmen who were anxious to avoid the kind of violence that had erupted in other southern cities like Little Rock as the schools were desegregated. Note, also, the appearance of Walter Cronkite

Dallas at the Crossroad Part 3
This is a documentary-style film produced in 1961 by a group of Dallas businessmen who were anxious to avoid the kind of violence that had erupted in other southern cities like Little Rock as the schools were desegregated. Note, also, the appearance of Walter Cronkite

Tenth Street District – Freedman’s Town in Dallas
bcWorkshop produced Neighborhood Stories: Tenth Street in June 2013

La Bajada – West Dallas Hispanic Community
bcWorkshop produced Neighborhood Stories: La Bajada in February 2013

Dolphin Heights – One of Dallas’ oldest neighborhoods
bcWorkshop produced Neighborhood Stories: Dolphin Heights in March 2013.

Marion Butts:  Lens on Dallas
Lee Marion Butts, Sr., an African-American commercial photographer and editor of the Dallas Express, recorded events and community life in Dallas as part of a career that spanned the last half of the twentieth century. His rich body of work documents not only segregation and civil rights, but also business, civic, religious, educational, and social life, as well as visits by national leaders and celebrity entertainers.  School lesson plans also available

Think with Krys Boyd Talks DFR with Shanker Vedantam
Dallas Faces Race is an ongoing conversation during which the city is addressing the topic of equality. Nationally known experts are taking part in the forums, including NPR science correspondent Shankar Vedantam. We’ll talk to him this hour about the reporting he’s done on the subject and about how people’s opinions about race change over time.

How the Civil Rights Act Changed America
President Barack Obama and three former presidents gather in Texas to mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. We discuss the struggle to pass the landmark legislation and its legacy today.

Music2life Soundtrack: Immigration
Soundtrack: Immigration is an entertaining and evocative performance, offering local and national audiences an enlightening look at immigration issues through a musical lens. The concert will feature: Noel Paul Stookey (of Peter, Paul & Mary), Gina Chavez and The Texmaniacs.

Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity
by Joy DeGruy

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