The All Stars Project of Dallas is bringing development and opportunity to youth in West and South Dallas, who are otherwise left out of the city’s current wave of growth. All Stars is working at multiple levels, investing in intensive door-to-door community outreach to grow the All Stars Talent Show Network and the Development School for Youth, collaborating with nonprofits as part of The School Zone, and partnering with Southern Methodist University’s Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development to foster new conversations among thought leaders and policy makers.
Antoine Joyce-Roach: Senior Vice President /City Leader of the ASP of Dallas, ASP of Dallas
All Stars Talent Show Network
In the All Stars Talent Show Network, young people perform in and produce hip-hop talent shows in their neighborhoods.Learn More
Development School for Youth
Young people learn to perform as professionals and they partner with business leaders who conduct development workshops and provide paid summer internships at their companies.Learn More
Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids
Brings young people from poor communities together with police officers in performance workshops where they use improvisation and conversation to foster positive interactions between the police and inner-city youth and create a new kind of relationship.Learn More