Our volunteers perform intensive research on people, places, and events of significance to Dallas's Black history for historical markers.
If Tenth Street Could Talk is a Library of Congress-funded, multimedia project documenting the history of the Tenth Street Freedman's Town.
RBDallas and DCJI are committed to installing public art pieces commemorating the triumphs and struggles of African Americans in Dallas.
Our volunteers work with Dallas natives to record and preserve stories about generations of family, community, and life in Dallas.
Discover Black Dallas is a free app highlighting locations of significance to Dallas' Black history through narration and oral histories.
Our bus tours lead travelers to Freedmans Towns, schools, churches, cemeteries, Black businesses, and lynching sites reflecting the contributions and struggles of African Americans in North Texas since the 19th century.
RBDallas annually awards Mabel Chandler Scholarships to outstanding graduating Lincoln High School students, in the spirit of former teacher and counselor, Mabel "Mama" Chandler.
Check out our living museums and plays, including the Living Museum (2020) and The Half Ain't Never Been Told (2022), both written and produced by founder, Dr. George Keaton, Jr., on Youtube.
Our annual heritage tours lead travelers through African American history and culture across the U.S. Past tours have visited Washington D.C., Tulsa, Louisiana, New York City, Charleston, and Savannah.