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On September 20, 2019, Domingo Ramirez-Cayente drove up to pedestrian Daniela Calderon, a Latina transgender woman, in the 11000 block of Dennis Road, north of Royal Lane in Dallas, where he made derogatory remarks about gay and transgender people.…

“Peace and Justice are two strands of the same rope. If you want peace in the world, first you have to work for justice.” (Hadi Jawad, Executive Director of the Dallas Peace and Justice Center)   The Dallas Peace and Justice Center (DPJC), previously…

Homelessness is a far-reaching epidemic that affects people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Each year in January, the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance conducts the Point-In-Time Homeless Count. The January 2019 count found that an estimated…

     The Dallas-based Gendercide Awareness Project, a brainchild of founder Beverly Hill, started in 2010 when Ms. Hill decided that she wanted to take an active role in supporting vulnerable women around the world. After founding the Gendercide…

     Picture this: Dallas, early 1980s. A woman flees her abusive home. With nowhere to go and few resources available to her, she lives in her Suburban and feeds her children through frequent visits to the Stew Pot, a soup kitchen downtown. Father…

     Alley’s House opened in 1997 with the goal of making a positive generational, economic, and social impact for teen mothers. Alley’s House is a nonprofit organization that offers multiple holistic resources to teen mothers looking to transform…

At about 1:00 pm on May 6th, 1980, two armed black women entered Fine Furs by Rubin on Northwest Highway in north Dallas. They demanded that the store’s proprietors, Rubin and Ala Danziger, hand over their stock of furs. One of the women shot Mr.…

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