Our family tree has produced educators and community advocates since the 1800s.
Some of our family accomplishments include publishing research projects, establishing a high school, obtaining academic leadership, launching back-to-school programs, and more.
(1866 - 1944) Was an African American minister , educator and advocate. He was one of the first graduates from Wiley College. He established Pemberton High School in Marshall, Texas.
(1892 - 1992)
Was an African American pastor and musician.
(unknown - 1981)
Was the first African American psychologist to have his research published in an exclusively the American Journal of Psychology. Alston Served as Dean at Alabama A&M College and Johnson C. Smith University. He was the Pastor of Jubilee Temple, C.M.E. Church in Ft. Worth, TX.
(March 5, 1943 - May 5, 2005) Was an African American educator and the first youth pastor of Concord Church, Dallas, Texas under the late Dr. E. K. Bailey. He was a graduate of San Francisco State University.
The Pemberton family has produced a legacy of educators, ministers, and community leaders.
South Dallas Community Back-to-School Clothes Giveaway, Community Advocate and more...
Advocating for Affordable Healthcare for All Americans.
An African American Chaplain and Educator, Bookstore Owner. Mother of two sons DarNell G. Pemberton, II (US Airforce) and Nicholas Charles Jones
An African American Bookstore Owner. Mother of four sons, Brice Williams, Bravin Williams, Bryon Williams, Brodney Williams (US Army)
An African American Educator and Bookstore Owner. Mother of two sons, Jared D. Pemberton, Braylon Evans and one daughter Khyla Evans
African American Educator. Mother of one daughter Miah J. Thomas.
E. Jean and one of her sons Nicholas attend the historical marker presentation of H.B. Pemberton. Also attending the historical event was Actor Nate Parker.