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Through invading the most influential segments of Urban Culture, we disrupt violence and toxic trends in Urban Communities by equipping leaders through training excellence, network building, and pathways of engagement.



Discover Mill City 50, a transformative housing initiative nestled within East Dallas' vibrant Mill City neighborhood. A culmination of seven years of dedicated planning and development, this project is set to deliver 50 exquisite two-story single-family homes, carefully crafted for families who meet the qualifying criteria. These homes, priced affordably between $209,000 and $271,000 as recognized by the City of Dallas, redefine the concept of workforce housing. Ranging from 1,400 to 2,000 square feet, each residence boasts three bedrooms, a one-car garage, and private fenced backyards, offering a perfect blend of comfort and style. Embrace a new chapter of community living with Mill City 50, where homeownership dreams come to life. For further details and to express your interest, kindly fill out the form below. Welcome to a brighter future at Mill City 50!

UniteVersity provides prospective Changemakers with an on-demand interface for learning more about the products and services offered by Urban Specialists. This training will equip you with everything you need to get ACTIVATED! Antong Lucky and Urban Specialists lead this training with so much excitement! We invite you to join our exclusive community of Changemakers. The Pathways to Change Starts with US!

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We Need You To Help Positively Transform Urban Culture

Collaborate and build community by leveraging resources, sharing information, and multiplying positive impact.

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We reach into the depths of our communities by bringing awareness to critical issues and provide sustainable solutions.

JoJo Nelson


Roseland Homes

Terrance "Boleg" Randolph


Cedar Crest

Tabitha Wheeler


South Dallas

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USC3 is a networking hub where changemakers collaborate, share information, build capacity and pool resources to increase impact in urban neighborhoods


Bishop Omar School of Entrepreneurship's Community Business Academy (CBA) helps minority entrepreneurs launch or grow their business through innovative classroom instruction and hands-on training in business planning and management.


OGU is a world-class training experience. The program catalyzes OG's and influencers to use their impact to make a positive change in urban communities though mentoring, education and economic development.


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50 single-family homes coming to South Dallas’ Mill City

A nonprofit and developer have teamed up to turn vacant lots into two-story houses, along with a coffee shop, ghost kitchen and workspace.

Mill City neighborhood breaks ground on an affordable housing project bringing 50 single-family homes

The project leaders' goal was to provide affordable housing while not displacing current residents of the Mill City neighborhood.

Dallas organization, volunteers to canvas neighborhoods to help combat crime

Antong Lucky wants to see and hear for himself how people in Dallas feel, and what they need. Lucky is president of the nonprofit Urban Specialists. Those involved in volunteer efforts and programs are called ‘change-makers.’

Nonprofit Launches New Effort to Prevent Violence This Summer in Dallas

Urban Specialists is finding productive and healthy alternatives to keep youth busy and focused on the right path....

Nonprofit Launches New Effort to Prevent Violence This Summer in Dallas

Urban Specialists is finding productive and healthy alternatives to keep youth busy and focused on the right path....

Urban Specialists™

Urban Specialists exist to identify and activate a network of changemakers who transform communities through collaboration and powerful local leadership. Our primary aim is to attract, engage, activate and inspire changemakers from various backgrounds and across a variety of pathways to be forces for good in their communities.

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