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

Honorees:
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