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- Grove park Foundation 2
- Beltline 1
- Inclusive Communities Project 1
- Moises E. Molina High School 1
- Texas A&M University 1
Jessa recounts the many changes she has seen in just one year since her moving there. She explains her vision for the community and how powerful resident voices can be when unified.
Ms. Cox, President of the Tenth Street Residential Association, shares her memories and an urgent message to preserve the neighborhood. The Tenth Street Historic District is one of the few Freedman's towns left in the City of Dallas.
This interview was about changes in the Grove Park community. David, a long term member of Groge Park’s church, was kind enough to share his opinions on the matter and how the place has evolved over the years.
Friends and colleagues, Alastair Boone (26) and Derrick Hayes (59), talk about the newspaper “Street Spirit,” the way Derrick’s sense of self and community has shifted, and how COVID-19 has impacted his life plans.
Resident of historic Tenth Street District talks of its rich history and current residents advocating for historic preservation and against gentrification.
We discussed the citizens in Grove Park and there efforts to make sure that the people are always the first priority. Also, how business investors and companies need to give the people of Grove Park a chance to work.
a short interview with Yasmine, a young woman that grew up in the Bay Area that had to grow quickly and learn the value of hardwork.
A discussion about the Latino experience in Dallas, TX, small business owners and the threat of housing displacement in Oak Cliff neighborhoods with Jennifer Rangel, urban planner and author of "A Geographical Examination of Urban Planning - Oak Cliff as...