2019 MLK Day Celebration Tyler Together Race Relations Forum is honored to sponsor Tyler’s 2019 Community-Wide Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday, January 21, 2019. Main Celebration Plans Our Celebration began at the Tyler Downtown Square at 9 a.m. followed by a Parade at 9:30 am down South Broadway to the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception (Broadway and Front St.) At the Cathedral, our formal program began at 10 a.m. Our 2019 Theme: “Learn to LIVE TOGETHER as BROTHERS” […]
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Join Tyler Together for our monthly meeting, Thursday Evening, August 7th, 2018 from 6:30 – 8:30pm, We will be dining together at : McAlister’s Deli (Reserved Private Room) 4325 Old Bullard Rd, Tyler, TX 75703 Phone: (903) 939-3300 Everyone is Welcome!!!
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Tyler, It’s Time We Learn How To Talk With Each Other…. The REL Name Change Issue has shown that our community has difficulty addressing controversial issues. Maybe if we learn how to have a honest conversation with people who are not like those in our current social circle, we could “Handle the Next Controversy Better. “ If an effort to help, Tyler Together will be introducing our newest forum format, “Tyler Talking Together” Having Honest Conversations About RACE To Learn […]
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On Thursday, April 19, 2018, Several Members of Tyler Together were interviewed by CBS 19 (KYTX) where they shared their thoughts on Starbucks decision to shutdown their business for a day of training on Implicit Racial Bias following to the recent arrest of two Black Men at one of their Philadelphia locations. Tyler Together also discussed what is being done to foster better Race Relations in the Tyler area.
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UPDATE: Click Here to View the 2018 MLK Day Photos 2018 MLK Day Celebration Tyler Together Race Relations Forum is proud to sponsor Tyler’s 2018 Community-Wide Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Monday January 15, 2018. Our 2018 Theme: “Make Justice A Reality” Celebration Plans Our Celebration is scheduled to begin at the Tyler Downtown Square at 9 a.m. followed by a Parade at 9:30 am down South Broadway to the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception (Broadway and […]
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ReIgnite The DREAM RALLY Tyler Together was honored to sponsor a “Reignite The DREAM” Rally on Monday, August 28th at 6:30pm at the Tyler Downtown Square. A commemoration of the 54th anniversary of the March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have A Dream” speech. About the Rally This rally to remember his speech and rededicate our efforts to make his inspiring words a “Reality in our Local Community”. Sometimes, the Fire starts to […]
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May 2017 Community Forum Tyler Police Chief Jimmy Toler was featured speaker as Tyler Together kicked off their new Community Forum Series on Tuesday, May 16,2017. After a brief Meet and Greet where people were invited to partake of some light refreshments and introduce themselves, Chief Toler shared the latest Crime Statistics including a demographic breakdown. After his presentation he engaged the audience for a Question and Answer session. This initial forum was attended by around 40 people. Local News […]
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