In August 2017, the Fort Worth City Council appointed a task force to look at the areas of race and culture and how they affect our community. The group will be meeting with community members over the next year and will make recommendations to the City Council on areas where they think change is needed. The Task Force will also look at statistics and trends to determine how race and culture impact the delivery of city services.
On May 1, the Co-Chairs for the Race & Culture Task Force presented their interim report to the Fort Worth City Council. The complete report is available for download.
Take part in upcoming Community Leadership events to learn
more about race and culture in Fort Worth.
Residents are encouraged to register for free Community Leadership Engagement sessions to be presented in May and June.
Choose from either a half-day or full-day session.
Lunch will be provided at full-day sessions.
Thank you to the organizations who hosted these conversations.
Arborlawn UMC * Black Chamber of Commerce * Black Contractors Association * Bridge Black Professionals * Catholic Charities * Downtown Fort Worth Inc. * Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth * Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce * Fort Worth ISD * Fort Worth League of Neighborhoods * Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce * Fort Worth Sister Cities International * Harvest UMC * Hispanic Chamber of Commerce * Hispanic Women's Network of Texas * Junior League of Fort Worth * La Trinidad UMC * Leadership Fort Worth * Leadership ISD * Local Organizing Committee * Multicultural Alliance * NAACP * National Hispanic Institute * Read2Win * Rotary Club of Fort Worth * Southeast Fort Worth Inc. * Tarrant County College * Tarrant NET * Texas Christian University * Texas Wesleyan University * The Great Commission Baptist Church * The Links * The Potters House * Trinity Habitat for Humanity * United Community Centers * United Fort Worth * Unity in the Community * Vision Fort Worth * Women's Policy Forum
The Task Force’s mission is to Listen, Learn, Build and Bridge in order to create an inclusive Fort Worth for all residents.
Rabbi Andrew Bloom
Rosa Navejar, Presiding
Bob Ray Sanders
Charles Boswell Walter Dansby
Robert Fernandez Miriam Frias
Robert Goldberg Yolanda Harper
Bishop Mark Kirkland Nima Malek
Rattana Mao Arturo Martinez
Roxanne Martinez Judy McDonald
Terri Mossige Cory Session
Katie Sherrod Ty Stimpson
Jennifer Trevino Monica Vasquez
Rev. Tim Woody
Fort Worth will become a city that is inclusive, equitable, respectful, communal and compassionate.
May 21, 2018
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Oak Hall, Deborah Beggs Moncrief Garden Center
3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard
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