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Dallas Unites to Safeguard Food Security for Our Children on Father’s Day Weekend

 This Father’s Day weekend, a 5 km walkathon was organised at Oak Point Park, Plano in the Dallas Fort Worth neighbourhood. With more than 1200 registrations, this Walkathon was a special event organised to commemorate Father’s Day by raising awareness for soil health and to ensure food security for future generations. The walk was flagged off by Deputy Mayor of Plano ProTem Maria Tu amidst sailing hot air balloons. In her address to the participants, she appreciated the efforts being made to educate people about how to maintain healthy and sustainable soils for generations to come. “They are inheriting this beautiful Earth from us and we are ensuring that it is healthy for them,” she emphasised.

The event was also attended by special guests Ms. Shabnam Modgil- CEO of Radio Caravan, Mr. Sandeep Srivastava- U.S. Congress candidate District 3, Mr. Gavin Dawson- radio show host at 105.3 The Fan, and Mr. Brad Voss- County Extension Agent for Horticulture with Texas A&M Agrilife. Mr. Voss, who is a Soil Science expert spoke to the audience about the unique nature of soil in Texas and how we have broken the chain of returning organic matter to soil; which is currently between .5 and 1% – and thus, dangerously close to becoming sand. Mr. Voss explained why and how it is necessary to keep it healthy and alive by keeping the organic content more than 3 %. “Soil is a living, breathing thing,” he said, “feed your soil, and it will feed you.”

The walkathon, was a part of a larger movement -Save Soil, an initiative launched by global leader and visionary Sadhguru. It is a worldwide effort to reach and educate over 3.5 billion people around the globe, by rallying citizen support and advocating policies that support soil health.

The approach of this movement is unique in that it fosters involvement through inclusiveness, joy and inspiration. The movement, through citizen participation, aims to urge and support governments in formulating policies that will address soil health in their country and make farming activity more soil friendly, and to halt and reverse further soil degradation. The primary recommendation of the Save Soil Movement is for governments across the world to legislate policies that will mandate a minimum of 3-6% organic content in all agricultural soil in their country, an achievable target if the world acts now.

A wide variety of public figures, from His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama to leading primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, from author Deepak Chopra to Salesforce’s Marc Benioff, are supporting Save Soil and its goals, giving voice to what has, to date, been an entirely silent ecological disaster.

The next decade is our only chance to overcome the soil crisis.

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Dallas Millennial Market Returns to Four Corners Brewery in September

 Dallas Millennial Market, a family-friendly event that empowers and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit in our community, is excited to announce its return on September 19, 2021. From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Four Corners Brewing in the Cedars district, shoppers can peruse the gifts, apparel and accessories created by talented members of the Dallas community while enjoying a craft beer.

Dallas Millennial Market is a concept created by Rosa Salas in order to give small businesses a platform to showcase their talent. “In addition to the market itself, we at DMM aim to amplify the voices of these creators by offering promotional opportunities like our Instagram Live series, where they can tell their stories,” said Salas. “2020 was such a devastating time for small business owners and we are excited to give them a chance to make a comeback. In the past, we’ve had more than 500 attendees and we hope to see a similar turnout this time around.”

Upon opening applications for vendors, Salas reported receiving more than 150 applications in under two weeks. To accommodate for space the top 60 have been selected to participate.

For the first time, the Dallas Millennial Market will also host a selection of Junior Entrepreneurs, ages 8 through 17, and their businesses, including Jackson (7) and Maddox (8) of Allen Cotton Candy. The team is excited to nurture the talent of young entrepreneurs with this exciting opportunity. Also, the Chihuahua Rescue and Transport (CRT) will be in attendance to join in on the fun with giveaways and even on-site adoptions.

“In addition to our wonderful vendors, we’re excited to welcome our sponsors, which you can learn more about on our Instagram page @dallasmillennialmarket,” said Silvana Massolo, CEO of Advertising Addicts, who has partnered with Salas to rebrand and market the event. “This market is ideal for brands looking to capture the attention of millennial entrepreneurs. Businesses are encouraged to inquire about our sponsorship opportunities by emailing silvana@dallasmillennialmarket.com.”

Dallas Millennial Market will adhere to CDC guidelines and local mandates at the time of the event.

About Dallas Millennial Market

Dallas Millennial Market is a pop-up marketplace designed to bring the community together in celebration of local small businesses and the entrepreneurial spirit. Launched in 2019 by Rosa Salas, DMM has grown into a highly-anticipated seasonal event, drawing in more than 500 attendees at a time.

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Experience an Enthralling Love Story in Dallas T. Tillman’s Memoir “True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman”

“True Life Story will be appreciated for its recollection of the author’s struggles with hard times, while emphasizing the good moments.” BlueInk Reviews

A memoir with many family photos and a beautiful love story, “True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman” (iUniverse; 2020) by Mississippi born and now California resident Dallas T. Tillman offers a vivid account of a black man going through life’s challenges and eventually experiencing life’s joys in the form of a long, loving marriage to Marie Debose, who was thirteen years older and married to a butcher.

In the first parts of “True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman,” the author talks about his life in Mississippi, where he endured a tough family life after his father left the family to return to Chicago (though the family would later reunite in California). He describes doing farm work with his brothers, raising cotton, corn, sweet potatoes, and other vegetables, and taking care of their diabetic mother. He, his mother, and his brother then moved to California, first staying in Vallejo for some time before relocating to Fairfield.

The story of Dallas and Marie – the love of his life – is the highlight of “True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman.” The author talked about their love story during his guesting in Emmy Award-winning journalist Kate Delaney’s nationally syndicated radio program “America Tonight.”

Tillman related to Delaney how his trip to Hollywood – and chance employment as an encyclopedia salesman led to an encounter with Marie that led to romance and marriage.

“Marie and I met in San Francisco in 1962. I was an encyclopedia salesman with The Book of Knowledge. I met a guy on my way to Hollywood. I had a Greyhound Bus ticket from Fairfield to Hollywood to do a singing audition. I had a singing group. When I was going single, I was going to Hollywood to audition for myself.

“The guy was in the restroom upstairs of the Greyhound Bus Depot. He said, ‘Do you want a job?’ We both were using the restroom. I said, ‘Yeah, I want a job.’ I had been off the bus for ten minutes. I guess he could see I needed a job as I was on my way to Hollywood, and definitely he knew I needed a job.”

“On the next day, Dallas and the man met for breakfast, and two days later, he got a job as an encyclopedia salesman.

“I started selling books, and I met Marie,” said Dallas, “She came to the door, and I asked her, ‘Would you like to buy The Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia? She said, ‘No, I might next week.’ I said, ‘Okay, I’ll come back next week.’

“I tell you, when she came to the door, I had seen such a beautiful lady with gold pants… a beautiful lady who looks like a rose, a real rose. I came back the next week, and she said, ‘Come on in.’ We talked and talked and talked and talked, and she introduced me to her sister. They were almost like twins. I’d never seen such two beautiful ladies in all my life.”

Dallas and Marie were together for 53 years and 8 months until Marie’s death from pancreatic cancer. “It was a beautiful life,” Dallas said of his life and marriage to Marie.

Be inspired by Dallas and Marie Tillman’s love story and learn from their marriage. Order “True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman” today on Amazon and the author’s website https://www.dmtillman.com/

True Life Story of Dallas and Marie Tillman
Author | Dallas T. Tillman
Published date | January 23, 2020
Publisher | iUniverse
Book retail price | Paperback, $13.99

Author Bio

Dallas T. Tillman was born in Hinds County, Mississippi, on September 13, 1940, but grew up in Vallejo and Fairfield, California. In high school, he was a successful athlete. He moved to San Francisco to set out on his own in 1961.

Dallas had always thought his birthday was unlucky. He had so much trouble growing up and it seemed like his life was bad luck. This all changed when he met Marie, his first love. She gave him confidence and he gave her confidence — it was wonderful when they got together and married. They were together for 53 years until Marie’s death from pancreatic cancer.

Dallas, TX Author Publishes Spiritual Memoir

Crowded the Crowds, a new book by Helen June White AKA Jasmine Inkwell, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Crowded the Crowds is a real-life horror story, one that Helen June White AKA Jasmine Inkwell has had to live for the last nine years of her life, as told in the first book, The Crowds, a book of encouragement, one that will inspire you to always reach for the stars, never giving up no matter the opposition, the wall that’s in front of you, and if you find that you’re just too weak from the battle, from crying all night long and you just can’t make it over that brick wall, find a way around it, even if you have to blow it up.

Sometimes it’s hard to fight to breathe, but we must never give up. We are all fighting dragons and monsters, but with our faith, our God is bigger than any dragon, any monster, and any Goliath. Just hold and keep the faith.

About the Author

Helen June White AKA Jasmine Inkwell is a homeless bestselling author. She wrote her first book in 2010 but has been writing since she was about ten years old. She is a Native American, Irish, and Afro-American female.

Crowded the Crowds is a 364-page paperback with a retail price of $22.00. The ISBN is 978-1-6470-2266-2. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at http://dorrancepressroom.com/crowded-the-crowds/ or our online bookstore http://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/crowded-the-crowds/.