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Support Paul Quinn College website launched in hopes of aiding school

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A new website called Support Paul Quinn College (supportpqc.com) has been launched in support of the historically black college in Southern Dallas.  Paul Quinn has a hearing set for next month where they will have a chance to appeal the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools decision to revoke their accreditation.

The website has a letter of support from Bob Shapard, CEO and board chairman of Oncor, which is signed off by a number business and civic leaders (see list below).  This will run in the Business section of the Dallas Morning News on Sunday.

Support Paul Quinn College also has a presence on Twitter, and Facebook.

This is a good thing.  We’ve seen how social media can help bring attention to issues, and I hope the same thing happens here.

Let me say this though.  GIVE PAUL QUINN SOME MONEY.  If I thought that it would be throwing good money after bad, I would not make that appeal.  But I made a donation to Paul Quinn earlier this year and don’t regret it a bit.  It doesn’t take much, and every little bit counts.  The struggle that PCQ finds itself in is a financial one.

The school is headed in the right direction and needs the support of the entire community.  I’ll continue to do what I can to help and I hope you will too.

  • Joel T. Allison – President and Chief Executive Officer, Baylor Health Care System
  • Hon. Rafael Anchia – Texas State Representative District 103
  • Hon. Tennell Atkins – City of Dallas Councilmember District 8
  • The Bishop College 5 + 1
  • Hon. Lew Blackburn – Dallas ISD School Board Trustee 5
  • Richie Butler – Managing Director & Executive Vice President, CityView
  • Hon. Dwaine Caraway – City of Dallas Mayor Pro Tem
  • Rev. Bryan L. Carter – Sr. Pastor, Concord Missionary Baptist Church
  • Hon. Carolyn R. Davis – City of Dallas Councilmember District 7
  • Bro. Rodney Dulin – Sr. Pastor, Central Pointe’ Church of Christ
  • Tom Dunning – Lockton Dunning Benefits
  • Matrice Ellis-Kirk – Heidrick & Struggles
  • Laura V. Estrada – President, Garza Business Services, Inc.
  • Robert A. Estrada – Estrada Hinojosa & Company, Inc.
  • Regen H. Fearon – CEO, Mom’s Office Suite
  • Reginald Gates – President, Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
  • Dianne Gibson – “Miss Community”
  • Hon. Helen Giddings – Texas State Representative District 109
  • Donna Halstead – Dallas Citizens Council
  • Rev. Fredrick Douglas Haynes, III – Sr. Pastor, Friendship West Missionary Baptist Church
  • Cynthia Hollingsworth – Shareholder, Gardere
  • Lyria Howland – President, Howland PR, Inc.
  • Jeff Herrington – President, Jeff Herrington Communications
  • Matt Hildreth – President & CEO, Amegy Bank of Texas
  • Dr. Michael Hinojosa – Superintendent, Dallas Independent School District
  • Hon. Angela Hunt – City of Dallas Councilmember District 14
  • Debra Hunter Johnson – Reciprocity Restaurant Group
  • Eric Johnson – The Law Office of Eric L. Johnson
  • Lyndon Johnson – President, Reciprocity Restaurant Group
  • Willis Johnson – Dallas businessman
  • Hon. Vonciel Jones Hill – City of Dallas Councilmember District 5
  • Thomas Joyner, Jr. – President Executive Director, Tom Joyner Foundation
  • Kevin Kelley – Kelley Witherspoon LLC
  • Hon. Mavis Knight – Texas State Board of Education, District 13
  • Dr. Wright Lassiter – Chancellor, Dallas County Community College District
  • Ken Luce
  • Jack Matthews – Matthews Southwest
  • Dr. Lauren McDonald – Chairman of Parkland Health and Hospital System
  • Hon. Pauline Medrano – City of Dallas Deputy Mayor Pro Tem
  • James Mitchell – Alpha Epsilon Boule’ Education Foundation
  • Beverly Mitchell Brooks – President/CEO, Urban League of Greater Dallas
  • Kathy Nealy
  • Everett New – Cox Smith
  • Erle Nye – Chairman Emeritus, TXU Corp.
  • Hon. Jessie Oliver
  • Dr. Sheron C. Patterson – Senior Pastor, Highland Hills United Methodist Church
  • Edna Pemberton – Positively Oak Cliff
  • Christopher Plumlee – Dallas businessman
  • Hon. Carla Ranger – Dallas ISD School Board Trustee 6
  • Carol Reed – The Reeds Public Relation Corporation
  • Laura Reed Martin – The Reeds Public Relation Corporation
  • Angela Reed Shellene – The Reeds Public Relation Corporation
  • John E. Richards – Richards & Valdez
  • Andres Ruzo – Link America
  • DeMetris Sampson, Esq.
  • Bob Stimson – President, Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce
  • Frances Valdez – Richards & Valdez
  • W. Kelvin Walker – 21st Century Group, LLC
  • Dr. Karry D. Wesley – Sr. Pastor, Antioch Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church
  • Jeff West – Jeff West Consulting
  • Hon. Royce West – Texas State Senator, District 23
  • Randall White – President, Elettore
  • Nuru Witherspoon – Kelley Witherspoon, LLC
  • Del Williams – General Counsel, Perot Systems Corp.
  • Fritzi Woods – Chairman & CEO, PrimeSource Foodservice Equipment, Inc.
  • Ruth Wyrick

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