DALLAS (AP) – Plans are underway to turn the home of a late Dallas civil rights leader whose involvement in education spanned decades into a museum and learning center.READ MORE: US Supreme Court To Consider Controversial Texas Abortion Law
The home of Kathlyn Gilliam was made a city of Dallas landmark in November.
Gilliam became the first black woman on the Dallas school board in 1974 and the first black board president in 1980.
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