Yoruba Cultural Center Dallas, Inc. continues to spread the message about its objective and mission in making the Yoruba culture well-known around the world. In line with this, our very own president, Dr. Oladele Olusanya, had a recent interview with a Yoruba newspaper called Asejere. Click on the links below to read the full interview online or through PDF.
October 10, 2020, Saturday: Open House, Yoruba Art and Heritage Museum
Venue: Yoruba Cultural Center, 7111 Marvin D Love Fwy, Ste 209, Dallas TX 75237
August 1, 2020: Award Ceremony 2020 Yoruba Youth Scholarship.
Venue: Charter Medical Center, 8067 W. Virginia Dr., Dallas, TX 75237
Miss Olubunmi Kayode, received the DEJI OLUSANYA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP. South Grand Prairie High School, will be attending Texas State University, San Marcos, TX;
Miss Franchesca Jennings, received the YEWANDE PAULISSEN OGUNSAN SCHOLARSHIP. Skyline High School, Dallas, will be attending Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.
May 11, 2020: Yoruba Cultural Center Dallas goes live with its website and social medial accounts on You-tube, Instagram and Facebook.
March 10, 2020: Yoruba Cultural Center Dallas Inc incorporated as a charitable non-profit organization by the State of Texas.
March 8, 2020: Inaugural Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Yoruba Cultural Center Dallas to approve the Organization, Directors, Programs and the Bylaws of the organization as a non-profit organization sponsored by the Omo Yoruba of Dallas to promote the language, history and culture of the Yoruba people in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and world-wide.
Sunday April 4, 2021: Yoruba Drum Dance & Theater Classes open to students at the premises of Yoruba Cultural Center
Saturday March 6, 2021: Official Opening of the Yoruba Cultural Center and Yoruba Art and Heritage Museum. Ribbon-cutting by Special Guest of Honor, Dr Ayodele Osowo, Patron of the Yoruba Cultural Center