For Oak Cliff Grand Opening marks the beginning of a new chapter with opening of 10-acre campus
The new location will house a food pantry, a community garden and a movie theater.
To read the full article by Sryia Reddy in the Dallas Morning News click here.
Neighborhood-grown For Oak Cliff nonprofit acquires former YMCA with roots in historic Black Dallas
Click here to read this full story in the Dallas Morning News by Sharon Grigsby.
The young homegrown leaders of For Oak Cliff and their community partners weren’t about to let a little thing like a pandemic slow their work.
Click here to read the full story on NBC by Candace Sweat.
An organization that aims to end systemic inequalities and oppression has recently taken a step that will expand its physical presence and its impact on the community.
For Oak Cliff recently acquired the old moorland YMCA on East Ledbetter Drive. The historic landmark was once a den for black people in Dallas and a famous name during Jim Crow Era and part of the Civil Rights Movement. It now belongs to a new generation of world-changers.
Watch this news story from WFAA showing how our For Oak Cliff community has added a weekly food distribution to our efforts.