The Kathlyn Joy Gilliam Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that honors the legacy of Mrs. Kathlyn Joy Gilliam who was one of Dallas’ greatest, most courageous civil rights leaders and a champion for quality education for boys and girls. The Museum realizes Mrs. Gilliam’s vision of:
The Museum displays Mrs. Gilliam's awards, books, writings and photos, and also serves the community as a learning center, which provides:
The Museum is a space for teaching and learning- inspiring and training a new generation to practice Mrs. Gilliam’s strategies for creating more learning opportunities for our youth; empowering the South Dallas community to renew its greatness and pursue new avenues for community development.
Preserving and honoring past achievements provide future generations with inspiration and a blueprint for progress.
Reading is the foundation of all learning. We're dedicated to preparing our youth and community members for success.
Mastering the art of communication and reasoned debate can open doors to a brighter future. Find out how you can get involved.
We welcome retired educators and members of the community to work with the Museum and its educational programs.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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