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Welcome to the Dallas Group of the Sierra Club

Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting via Zoom - Tuesday, November 9

Paved A Way book coverPaved A Way

Please join us as our Dallas Sierra Club colleague, Collin Yarborough, discusses his new book, Paved Away: Infrastructure, Policy and Racism in an American City.  For over a year, Collin Yarborough explored Dallas' history with the help of some of Dallas' greatest residents and advocates, in order to understand the intersection of infrastructure, policy and racism in this city.  This book is the first step in learning, unlearning, and relearning that history...an attempt at narrative change in a city so determined to pave away the past.

This book tells the stories of five neighborhoods in Dallas and how they were shaped by racism and economic oppression.  The communities look nothing like what they did during their prime.  Their declines were intentional; their foundations were chipped away over time.  The book is an eye-opening look at the various factors that led, and continue to lead, to dissolution of neighborhoods.  And it offers solutions to reverse these age-old practices.

From 6:45 to 7:00 p.m. you can log in to the meeting, chat, and ask questions.  The meeting will begin at 7:00 with announcements, followed by our speaker's presentation.

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Dallas Sierra Club Outreach Speakers Program - Speakers for Your Group

The Dallas Sierra Club provides outdoor/environmental education in the form of entertaining and informative presentations by Dallas Sierra Club members with expertise in the topics offered. These presentations range in length from 30 minutes to one hour and cover a variety of topics in the general categories of outdoor adventure, environmental education, and general ecology. These talks are appropriate for a wide range of audiences including youth groups, school classes, civic and social groups, nature and gardening clubs, church groups, etc. Any group interested in an available topic is welcome to contact us. To see available topics and to schedule your speaker, click here.

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What's Going On

Oct 30 Suburban Walk: Bonnie Wenk-Towne Lake Trail, Mckinney

Nov 3 Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee Meeting

Nov 6 Hike Around White Rock Lake

Nov 9 General Meeting - November 9

Dec 1 Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee Meeting

Dec 14 General Meeting - December 14

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