Logo, DFW Pride Movement, Non-Profit Organization in Dallas, TX

 

(877) 938-1409
3100 Main Street, Suite 15
Dallas, TX 75226-1535

 The Official Non-Profit Host Of Dallas Black Pride

Dallas Black Pride Yearly

Join DFW Pride Movement today and show your black pride through our  yearly membership events  and community outreach opportunities. June 2015 update - if you need money and have bad credit or no credit history at all you can apply for $1000 loan even with bad credit at www.WeGot1000.com!

 

Our Organization

Find out more about our organization and how it brings our community together through understanding and education.

We outreach to the community and also link people with HIV to care.

 

Contact us in Dallas, Texas, for more information about events with our non-profit organization.

 TEAMING UP AND MAKING HISTORY

MONIFAH & MS. SOPHIA MCINTOSH

  

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2013 Dallas Black Pride Empowerment Series

Learn how we're empowering and mobilizing our community with the 5th Annual Black Community Summit. We're featuring hot topics this year that are sure to spark your interest and raise awareness.

 

(Click on flyer to see list of events sponsored by DFW Pride Movement)

 

(Click on flyer below to book you hotel rooms now.  Offer expires 9/16/13.)  

 

(Click on flyer above to purchase concert ticket.)

DISCLAIMER: Neither DFW Pride Movement nor Dallas Southern Pride are connected, nor have they ever been connected to each other. DFW Pride Movement is an official 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit, obtaining it’s tax exemption status in July of 2009 having already purchased the name Dallas Black Pride on the federal level in December 2008.  Dallas Southern Pride purchased the assumed name Dallas Black Pride in Dallas County in 2012. 

About Us

DFW pride Movement in Dallas, Texas, is a non-profit 501(C) (3) organization. Our mission is to promote social awareness, unity, self-empowerment, mentorship, and positive visibility throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-gender, and affirming community of color through education, health promotion, advocacy, and coalition building.