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"Building a strong cultural connection with our Young, Black, and Suburban Kids”

Young, Black, and Suburban Kids is an established non-profit and public charitable organization dedicated to connecting and teaching young, Black, and suburban kids of North Texas to be inspired, empowered, and able to embrace their culture for a better future.



We teach children about their rich history and those of different cultures which helps them become more socially active, an essential part of a child's development. Here at Y.B.S. Kids, your child will gain further knowledge, individual strength, perseverance and the ability to embrace their own identity.   Teaching cultural diversity builds character and enables our children to believe and value the things that make them exceptional, confident, and proud. Our vision is to inspire children to become who they want to be, but more importantly, influence self-confidence and pride.

In 2019, our nonprofit organization decided it was time for our young children in suburban communities to hear and discover their rich heritage. In today's society, our children are missing the essence of culture and unity, so it is more important than ever to educate our children through diversity and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Young, Black, and Suburban Kids.  Y.B.S. Kids provides programs and initiatives outside the traditional classroom with an essential part of our identity, teaching necessary life skills that help them transition into their teenage years.



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Founder and President

Our C.E.O and Founder of Young, Black, and Suburban Kids, Deidra R. O'Neal, is an enthusiastic person who enjoys being an inspiration to others and wishes to have a positive impact on her community. Deidra is passionate about exposing children to diverse programs, activities, and experiences. A native of the inner city of Los Angeles, she was exposed to many learning opportunities growing up that allowed her to form connections and explore interests that shaped her future. She believes in the saying, "You are a product of your environment." 

During her childhood, Deidra's environment planted men and women in her life who were encouraging and empowering. Her experiences equipped her with the knowledge and ability to make the best choices for her life. Now, as a wife and working mother of 4, in suburban America, she is indeed aware that many young children lack the exposure that innercity provides, like Unity and Pride. She is motivated to help expose her children and others to different experiences that will broaden their abilities to grow their knowledge and adaptability to life. 

Deidra's passion for positive exposure, connecting children, and learning culture led to founding Y.B.S. Kids'. She is thrilled to administer programs and activities to young children that teach necessary life skills, builds confidence, and helps develop relationships through cultural awareness that may lead to lasting connections.



Young, Black, and Suburban Kids seek to inspire and impact children's' lives. The work we do at Young, Black, and Suburban Kids aims to provide programs and initiatives outside the classroom that educate our children about their rich heritage, which is an essential part of their identity. We are teaching the necessary life skills that help them transition into their teenage years.



Our children learn to reflect upon their own culture through activities designed to broaden and bring attention to opportunities that will enhance each child's learning experience in order to attain a greater understanding of their heritage, cultural identity, and the culture of others. These activities include a wide variety of enrichment classes designed for 3rd-5th grade school-age children that could expand their educational and personal growth. The offerings cover reading, literacy, art education, music, science, technology, mathematics, and much more.



Your support is vital to our work at Young, Black, and Suburban Kids. There are many ways you can contribute towards our causes, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfill our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to do some good.


One of the simplest ways to help out our cause is through partnership. We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to get involved actively. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at Y.B.S. Kids. Are you an individual or business looking to get involved or partner with us? Get in touch with us about how you can be an today.


As you are aware, Y.B.S. Kid’s is dedicated to connecting and educating young, Black, and suburban children about their rich heritage. We offer diverse events and programs for children throughout the year. Your contributions will allow us to continue to empower children and their communities.


Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Volunteer your time and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. It’s a great way to contribute to our cause, and any amount of time you can provide towards paving the path for a better tomorrow. Get in touch with us today for more details about how you can help.

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“I want our young people to know that they matter. That they belong. So don't be afraid. Do you hear me? "

Michelle Obama

Upcoming Events
A Day in Black History
Sat, Feb 22
1111 H Ave #100, Plano, TX 75074, USA
Feb 22, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
1111 H Ave #100, Plano, TX 75074, USA
In honor of Black History Month, Y.B.S.Kids will be hosting "A Day in Black History for Kids. This is a FREE, Fun and Interactive workshop for all children 8 -14years old.
Dine, Meet and Learn
Thu, Feb 20
Saltlight Station
Feb 20, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Saltlight Station, 1501 S Greenville Ave, Allen, TX 75002, USA
The International Assoication of Women- Dallas Chapter presents a special topic: Education Matters, presented by Y.B.S. Kids.
Valentines for Veterans
Wed, Feb 12
Lynridge Assisted Living & Memory Care
Feb 12, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Lynridge Assisted Living & Memory Care, 304 West, FM 544, Murphy, TX 75094, USA
Y.B.S. Kids will create special Valentine cards for Veterans living in long-term care facilities in the City of Murphy. We will also distribute these hand-crafted Valentines to Veterans by February 14. facilities.




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