Community Inclusion Events
The Grand Prairie community dedicated the newly named ML King Jr. Boulevard during a ceremony in the parking lot at David Daniels Elementary Academy of Math and Science, 801 SW 19th St. The renaming was approved by Grand Prairie City Council on Tuesday, Aug. 17. Watch Full MLK Boulevard Ceremony Dedication.
Grand Prairie ranks as the best U.S. city for Black Americans. Read full study.
Watch Journey to Inclusiveness: Gerald Hodges, Inclusion Coordinator for the City of Grand Prairie.
Listen Inclusiveness Podcast: Gerald Hodges, discuss performative inclusivity, the impact of social media, and the initiatives that Hodges implemented in Grand Prairie.
Men2Men Conference: Police help local church members learn to make better choices.
City of Grand Prairie employees help feed 1000 families alongside the North Texas Food Bank during a successful Friendship Day event.
Police and Dallas Heat players team up to help promote diversity and equality in the city.
Social Racial and Justice Resolution
The Grand Prairie City Council passed a Diversity, Inclusion, Justice and Equality Resolution. The resolution urges city employees and Grand Prairie residents to demonstrate human dignity toward one another; and look inside their hearts to reflect on how we can be a positive force in advocating for a world without the scourge of racism. Diversity, Inclusion, Justice and Equality Resolution(PDF, 102KB)
Assistant to the City Manager & Community Inclusion Coordinator
300 West Main St.
Grand Prairie, TX 75050