Category: Blog

T.D. Jakes Foundation Weekly Updates – June 29, 2020

June 29, 2020 To help you navigate these uncertain times, we’ve compiled timely news and resources related to small business, education and connectivity. We hope this provides both information and comfort as we continue to weather these challenges. T.D. Jakes Foundation in action For five weeks this summer, thousands of students from all over the […]

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T.D. Jakes Foundation Weekly Updates – June 22, 2020

June 22, 2020 To help you navigate these uncertain times, we’ve compiled timely news and resources related to small business, education and connectivity. We hope this provides both information and comfort as we continue to weather these challenges. T.D. Jakes Foundation in Action Chairman Jakes shared an open letter to 2020 graduates who’ve had to […]

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Meet Takeisha Turner, STEAM Academy 2020 Instructor and Role Model

  Takeisha Turner has always had a mind for science. Having grown up on a steady diet of Bill Nye the Science Guy and MythBusters, Takeisha loved watching stuff blow up and solving real-world problems. So, it’s fitting that, as an adult, Takeisha is helping children discover their own love of science—as an instructor for […]

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Dear 2020 Graduates

June  17, 2020 By: Chairman T.D. Jakes Dear 2020 Graduates, By now, you’ve all had to wrestle with missing out on traditional rites of passage: prom, parties, the pomp and circumstances of cheap gowns and expensive gifts, teary-eyed parents and the achy knees of proud grandparents climbing up the stairs for a good seat. This […]

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T.D. Jakes Foundation Weekly Updates – June 15, 2020

June 15, 2020 To help you navigate these uncertain times, we’ve compiled timely news and resources related to small business, education and connectivity. We hope this provides both information and comfort as we continue to weather these challenges. T.D. Jakes Foundation in action Why should you care about racism and inequality? Hattie Hill, President and […]

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Here’s Why You Should Care About Racism and Inequality

June 10, 2020 By: Hattie Hill “What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun? Or does it explode?” That question—posed by the great poet Langston Hughes—has been top of mind as I’ve watched recent anti-racist protests with a mixture of awe and trepidation. Will mass protests across […]

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T.D. Jakes Foundation Weekly Updates – June 8, 2020

June 8, 2020 To help you navigate these uncertain times, we’ve compiled timely news and resources related to small business, education and connectivity. We hope this provides both information and comfort as we continue to weather these challenges. T.D. Jakes Foundation in Action Chairman T.D. Jakes joined Katie Couric and Bozoma Saint John to discuss […]

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T.D. Jakes Foundation Weekly Updates – June 1, 2020

June 1, 2020 To help you navigate these uncertain times, we’ve compiled timely news and resources related to small business, education and connectivity. We hope this provides both information and comfort as we continue to weather these challenges. T.D. Jakes Foundation in Action The T.D. Jakes Foundation has partnered with Fred Perpall, Chairman of the […]

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You Can Make It: In The Room

  Watch as three business minded executives discuss the needs of corporations, and the benefits of relaying that information to the general public, especially those in search of employment. The T.D. Jakes Foundation has joined forces with the Chairman of the Dallas Citizens Council, Fred Perpall, and its many influential CEO’s to announce fantastic job […]

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