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Remembering Black Dallas, Inc.


Genealogist. Historical Preservation. educational Presentations

Photos of our June 2017 trip to Louisiana: Whitney Plantation, New Orleans, LSU-Shreveport & Baton Rouge Campus and Museum, Marksville, Epps house by Northorp, and more ! Join us next year as we explore Harlem New York & More August 30-Sept 3rd. Photos by RBDallas members.

UPCOMING FUTURE ANNUAL RBDALLAS, INC. TOUR EVENTS

​CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION TO JOIN US AS WE EXPLORE OUR HERITAGE ACROSS THE COUNTRY.


All out of state tour proceeds are applied to our Mable Chandler Scholarship Fund to support graduating Lincoln H.S. students


Our Next scheduled trips are:

2018 New York; Harlem, African Burial Ground, Schormburg Center, 911 Memorial, Broadway Show, Statue of Liberty, & other historical sites, August 30-September 3, 2018*

Travel by air 

2019 Little Rock AR, Historical sites; Memphis TN, The National Museum of Civil Rights, Civilrightsmuseum.org, Nashville, TN, to visit the newly opened National Museum of African American Music and other historical sites; NMAAM.org , JUNE 2019 Date TBD 

Travel by bus

2020 Atlanta, Georgia National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Sweet Auburn Historic District, MLK Historic District & More, JULY 2020 DATE TBD

Travel by air

2021 Greenwood “The Black Wall Street”, Tulsa Oklahoma 100th anniversary of the Tulsa race riot  anniversary RBDALLAS will visit and tour other events and Historical sites MAY 28-31st, 2021,

Travel by bus


​*Updated -8-29-2017                ** Pick up Location Revised

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NEXT GENERAL MEETING DATES:


​​​Next  Scheduled Meetings or Event

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September 23, 2017  MonthlyMeeting@ The African-American Museum 12:00-1:30​

​*Our 2018 Calendar is scheduled for release  on this  day:  African-American Businesses and Churches of Dallas will be the focus of this years' calendar. Cost of  the calendar  will be $15 


Septe​mber 30, 2017 

​​​Join  us  in Waxahachie, Tx.  as our  founder  presents the life and legacy of 

William S. Pittman, Dallas Architect  and publisher in the early 1900's

​This will be an all day event of  speakers, entertainment and  fun. 

https://www.waxahachiechautauqua.org/events


October 7, 2017

​**Departing from the Dallas Heritage Village (Old City Park) 1515 S. Harwood, Dallas, TX. 75215  Arrive by 9:15 A.M. Tour Overview inside the Shotgun House @ 9:30 A.M. and departure @ 10:00 A.M.


Historical Local Bus Tour of Far North Dallas
​Upper & Lower White Rock (Near Valley View & The Galleria Mall Area) Attendees will  visit the historical White Rock Cemetery, churches and explore farm land areas that were once owned by former slaves and current and former African-American Communities of the North Dallas area hosted by George Keaton, Jr. a native of the White Rock Community.

$30 per seat


​Call today for your tickets. All tickets must be purchased in advance for reservations by tour deadline of October 1st, 2017.
​469-399-6242 Office