Our WM Dulaney Branch members are involved in multiple venues and events such as:

Workshops on African American History
Book Reviews monthly at Branch meetings
Exhibits at the African American Museum Dallas
African American History classes online
Teacher Training for Dallas Independent School District (DISD) High School African American History Teachers
Guided Tours of African American Historical sites in the Dallas Fort Worth Metropolitan area
Coordinating with the DISD Multicultural Center for African, Asian and Hispanic American studies at the Nolan Estes Plaza
Consulting with The Bessie Smith Cultural Center in Chattanooga, TN concerning the “The Big 9 Historical District”
Speaking Engagements to Civic Groups, Colleges and Universities
Carter G Woodson Luncheon on February 13, 2021: Featuring Food Historian and Author Deah Berry Mitchell, “Cornbread & Collard Greens: How West African Cuisine and Slavery Influence Soul,”
African American History workshop at Texas A&M Commerce, February 22-23, 2021

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