Dr. Samira Page shares her journey from being an Irani refugee in Texas to founder of Gateway of Grace, a local charity that assimilates and empowers refugees by providing education, housing, empathy and understanding.
Katherine and Isabelle Adams are two Dallas sisters with heart. Upon discovering six years ago that millions of people around the world do not have access to clean drinking water, they created Paper For Water, selling their gorgeous, one-of-a-kind origami pieces and using the proceeds to install clean water systems both here in the U.S. and abroad. We sat down with Katherine, 11, and Isabelle, 14, to learn more about Paper For Water and what’s next for the nonprofit in 2018.
Despite a thriving local economy, the number of homeless families and children in North Texas continues to rise. And they’re not all panhandling—they’re at work, at school and on the playground, going unnoticed and, sometimes, unhelped.
Lamb Chop the beloved puppet has returned to perform in Dallas this month as part of the Parkinson Voice Project. We sat down with her partner Mallory Lewis, daughter of puppeteer Shari Lewis, to learn more.