Quantcast
1:15 p.m., 7/25/2014 |  Sign in
90°

Chelsea Jones



Recent Stories

Tease photo

Building the PQC village

Paul Quinn’s student living center, first building since 1990

Paul Quinn College is the only Historically Black College and University in Dallas/Fort Worth.

Tease photo

Jackson: Young men follow your dreams

Civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson encouraged boys to follow their dreams and shared with them words of wisdom during his visit to the Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy, a preparatory secondary school for boys located in Oak Cliff, on the last day of school.

Tease photo

Dr. Jeremiah Wright: Christians should work together, uplift Black community

Religious leader Dr. Jeremiah Wright Jr., the retired pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago and former mentor to President Barack Obama, urged Christians to unite and work together as the Body of Christ, during his speech at the 108th Annual Session of the National Baptist Congress “A School of Methods for Christian Training.” He also stressed the importance of people combining their efforts to correct the problems affecting the Black community.

Tease photo

Mardi Gras Nights supports West Dallas center

Despite its recent changes, the West Dallas Community Center said it’s ready to continue the mission of strengthening West Dallas neighborhoods.

Tease photo

Jackson urges technology giants to recruit more minorities

Rev. Jesse Jackson recently pushed his way through Silicon Valley to bring attention to the lack of African Americans and Latinos working in major tech companies, especially at the executive level. So far, he has targeted the big players: Hewlett Packard, Google, Apple, eBay, Facebook and Twitter.

Tease photo

Southern Dallas highway in danger of demolition

Drivers who use Interstate 345 to travel from Southern Dallas to Northern Downtown can relax – at least for now. The Texas Department of Transportation has decided to repair the 1.4-mile-long freeway, that connects Interstate 45 and Interstate 75, until officials determine whether to replace or demolish it.

Tease photo

Dallas ISD’s successes, challenges

Superintendent announces more changes to come

Since taking over as Dallas ISD superintendent, Mike Miles has made several notable changes in the district. There are more changes to come, he announced during his speech at the third Annual Education Summit presented by the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce on April 24. He also discussed what the district has achieved within the past 10 years, as well as the challenges it has to overcome.

Tease photo

Parkland CEO meets with community to determine hospital goals

Parkland Health and Hospital System’s new CEO and president, Dr. Fred Cerise, already has his plate full as the new man-in-charge.

Tease photo

Sugar, spice and everything STEM

Black Girls CODE is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage girls of color to get involved in technology, in hopes of inspiring them to build a tech career or become an entrepreneur.

Tease photo

We Over Me: Lunch is Served!

Paul Quinn College advocates farm-to-table concept for healthy eating

Setting the table with delicious food made from farm-fresh production was the mission of Paul Quinn College and local chefs during the college’s annual “A Community Cooks” on April 17.



More stories