Welcome to Black Child Development Institute of
Dallas/Fort Worth Metro
Events & Programs
Families Preparing Young Readers is a program designed to help families help their children to develop strong fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills from reading.
The “State of the Black Child and Family” conversation focused strength-based perspective with culturally diverse solutions regarding early care and education, education equity, school expulsion and suspension, the educational performance of our children, child health and well-being, pipeline to prison and parental engagement in the black community.
The Kitchen Table is a community conversation that offers the public a chance to express their views about key issues of concern within the communities.
In honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, BCDI-Dallas/Fort Worth Metro hosted a "Healthy Families, Healthy Children" event on Saturday, April 22, 2017 to address the issues of child abuse, health and safety, and literacy for families in their local communities. Part of NBCDI's National Affiliate Network, BCDI-Dallas/Fort Worth Metro is deeply committed to building and cultivating our communities’ inherent strengths, assets, and cultures while improving the healthy and safety of our families. In keeping with our commitment, our Affiliate hosted an event to provide vital information and resources on these topics to families in our local communities.