• The All Stars Project of Dallas Celebrates the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

    On January 15, 2018, the All Stars Project of Dallas kicked off the year by walking in the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade along with the Dallas Police Department (DPD) and their Police Activities League (PAL). A total of 113 people marched with the All Stars, including 20 adult volunteers, 61 All Stars and PAL young people, and 32 DPD officers. Everyone involved enjoyed passing out fliers and candy as they organized the South Dallas community around the All Stars Dallas program, Cops & Kids: A New Performance of Police-Community Relations in Dallas.

  • ASP of Chicago Hosts Fourth Annual Afterschool Development Conference

    On Friday, November 3, All Stars Project of Chicago hosted the fourth annual Afterschool Development Conference at East-West University. The conference, convened by ASP of Chicago City Leader David Cherry, brought together 90 afterschool leaders and practitioners from more than 50 organizations in Chicago.

  • All Stars Project of New Jersey Launches Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids

    In an important partnership between All Stars and Mayor Ras J. Baraka and the City of Newark, All Stars was proud to announce the launch of Operation Conversation: Cops & Kids in New Jersey’s largest city. Cops & Kids director and ASP co-founder Dr. Lenora Fulani led the first workshop in Newark at the ASP of NJ Scott Flamm Center for Afterschool Development last summer and the initiative will involve 300 police officers and young people in 14 workshops in all five of the city’s wards.

  • All Stars Project of Dallas participates in 3rd Annual Let’s Talk Police & Youth Forum

    On July 27th, the All Stars Project of Dallas participated in the 3rd Annual Let’s Talk Police & Youth Forum with a record breaking 1,400 individuals in attendance! During the event, 8 ASTSN youth and 6 police officers collaborated on a moving hip-hop segment. The focus for this year’s event was “community first”.

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