Dallas: Juanita J Craft Civil Rights House

The Juanita J. Craft Civil Rights House is one of only three house museums in the nation honoring major female figures in the modern civil rights movement. Craft organized 185 NAACP chapters throughout Texas, lead efforts toward desegregation at the University of Texas School of Law, North Texas State University (now University of North Texas) and the State Fair of Texas. Taking a leadership role in Dallas politics, she was elected to two terms on the Dallas city council. In Addition to this site, Dallas has named a park, recreation center, and post office after Craft.

Juanita J Craft Civil Rights House

  • Hours: Temporarily closed for renovations
  • Admission: none
  • 2618 Warren Ave., Dallas, TX
  • 214-939-2787 ext 5
  • National Register of Historic Places

The Juanita J. Craft Park and Recreation Center