A justice organization that empowers inner-city residents, through legal advocacy, to seek resolution of crime-ridden properties in their neighborhoods.
ACT (Advocates for Community Transformation) seeks to affirm and protect the God-given dignity and legal rights of inner-city residents to live in a safe, stable neighborhood by empowering them to be advocates for community transformation in their own communities. ACT pursues justice for the community by working on a grass-roots level to organize local residents and educate and counsel them about their rights. By representing inner-city residents and pairing them up with volunteer legal teams, we work together to hold the owners of drug houses and hazardous properties accountable. ACT’s vision is for inner-city residents to experience God’s redemptive plan through safer communities free from crime and urban blight.
902 FB users likes ACT Dallas, set it to 38 position in Likes Rating for Dallas, Texas in Non-profit organization category
The ACT staff had the privilege of taking 11 neighborhood leaders to Austin last week to the No Need Among You Conference. It was an amazing opportunity for us to be with these leaders and learn together about how to confront injustice. We were ALL challenged and INSPIRED to continue fighting for good. Won't you join us? Email email@example.com if you are interested in knowing more about how you can get involved. "Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good." Romans 12:21
Grab your coats and join us in West Dallas for our last prayer walk of the fall! We will meet at West Dallas Community Church (2215 Canada Dallas, TX 75212) at 9:00 a.m. Hope to see you there!
For all of our friends who are lawyers--there is a great opportunity tomorrow to gain CLE credit by attending a luncheon about Managing Critical Mass – Law Firm Hiring & Growth. Join DAYL’s Solo & Small Firm Committee at noon on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at the Belo Mansion to hear successful firm founders discuss when they knew it was time for growth and how they navigated the growth of their firm. Panelists James Holmes of Holmes PLLC, Adam Fox of Brown Fox Kizzia & Johnson PLLC, and Amy Stewart of Amy Stewart PLLC will discuss hiring, employee retention and management, and developing referral sources. You’ll gain insight whether you are looking to make a hire or to be hired. The panelists will also take your questions. 1.0 hour of CLE credit will be available to attendees. There is no charge for DAYL members to attend this program; the non-member fee is $10. Lunch is available for purchase at the Belo Mansion. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Earlier this week, we posted a link to an article that talked about raising justice-minded kids. So many of you strive to put this into practice with your own family. Let us know, what things do you do to make your kids more aware of injustice? We would love to hear!
Join us this morning for our last Prayer Walk of the spring! We will meet at Mattie Nash Rec Center (3710 N. Hampton Rd.) at 9:00 a.m. Then, join us for a block party after with our friends from Park Cities Baptist Church!
Excited to share with you that as of today, the 42nd drug house has been shut down in West Dallas thanks to our dedicated volunteer lawyers and brave men and women willing to stand up for their neighborhood! Share with your friends the good work happening in this city!
We think West Dallas is a hidden gem: amazing views of the city, delicious food and brave people who love their neighborhood. Tell us...why do you love West Dallas? #ilovewestdallas
We want to connect with you on Twitter! Follow us @ACT_Justice and we will follow you back!