Min. Alexander statement regarding the City Manager search in Dallas

  The Next Generation Action Network (NGAN) as a leading voice for the citizens of Dallas is highly invested in who fills the position of City Manager. We would like to see someone who is diverse that has the skill set to redirect this era of police pension issues and fiscal problems bring this flourishing […]


Open Letter to Pastor Robert Jeffress & First Baptist Dallas Church

Dear Pastor Jeffress I am writing you this letter to address a few issues. First, I am no thug. I am but a sinner saved by grace. As are you. Every saint has a past. And, thankfully, by God’s amazing grace, every sinner has a future, if they are willing to turn from their wicked […]


Stand up against hate

           Media Advisory             As we wrap our minds around this failed attempt at democracy that we as a country have witnessed in this election, and brace ourselves as Americans for a new Republican commander-in-chief with a majority Republican House and Senate; we are even more strengthened in our resolve to Fight. Most everything […]


Stand Up Against Violence

  Press Release The Next Generation Action Network is joining the community in standing up and speaking out against senseless violence. Poverty and high unemployment rates cause desperation and anger that often materialize in fatality. While outward solutions are being rallied for in our legislation and in our job markets we call to action every […]


Media Advisory – Loretta Lynch

  The Next Generation Action Network is deeply concerned that Attorney General Loretta Lynch is negligent in addressing policing in Dallas and failing to contact community leaders, clergy, and social justice organizations who actively fight in the city for police reform. There are many legitimate issues in Dallas between communities and police. As well there […]


Media Advisory – Baton Rouge Shooting

  The Next Generation Action Network expresses our sincere condolences for the lives lost in Baton Rouge today. While the facts are still coming in, we must emphasize there is no place for violence in our quest for justice and we condemn any and all vigilantism. We understand that people are on edge and frustrations […]


Media Advisory – Community Conversation

DALLAS PROTEST ORGANIZERS HOST COMMUNITY CONVERSATION   In response to the Dallas protest where five police officers were killed and seven officers and two civilians were injured, Next Generation Action Network (NGAN), the lead Dallas protest organizers have partnered with Friendship West Baptist Church to host a community conversation in Dallas, Texas on Sunday, July […]


NGAN Press Conference Statement

First I want to introduce myself as Dominique Alexander President and Founder of The Next Generation Action Network. The Next Generation Action Network was established in August 2014 in the aftermath of the Michael Brown case. In June 2015, we organized a public protest for the McKinney black teenagers. Our protest demonstration included a diverse group of people from all […]


Media Advisory: Tragedy in Dallas

  Media Advisory   The Next Generation Action Network (NGAN) will hold a press conference regarding the shooting that took place in the City of Dallas on 7/7/2016 during the protest organized by our organization. NGAN – President Minister Dominique Alexander and other community organizers will be there in full support of victims of tonight […]



Next Generation Action Network (NGAN) expresses its condolences for the officers whose lives were lost following tonight’s peaceful protest. NGAN organized a peaceful protest to address community concerns regarding for two recent police involved shootings. NGAN nor its President Minister Dominique Alexander does not condone violence in any form. Shots were fired into a crowd […]

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