Stop Six, Fort Worth, Texas
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Stop Six, a mostly African-American neighborhood, was once home to the sixth stop on the Northern Texas Traction Co. interurban line that ran between Fort Worth and Dallas. It is an historic African-American neighborhood and is known for its state championship high school basketball team, Dunbar High, in 1993, 2003, and 2006.
Stop Six is within the Fort Worth ISD.
- Maude I. Logan Elementary School
- Young Men's Leadership Academy
- Dunbar Middle School
- Dunbar High School
Government and infrastructure
- Elmo Henderson (boxer)
- Jarrett Jackson (Political Operative)
- Robert Hughes (Coach) Boy's High School Basketball's all-time winningest coach. Hughes led the "Flyin' Wildcats" of Dunbar High School to 30 district titles, 13 state finals appearances, and 3 state championships ('93,'03,'06) during his 32 years ('73-'05) at the school. Hughes was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2017. He retired with a record of 1,333-262.
- Mike Byars (Filmmaker) Once a budding basketball star for Dunbar High School, Byars found worldwide recognition with his debut film "5700 Ramey Ave" A story about legendary basketball coach Robert Hughes who coached him (Byars) at Dunbar. The film's title is the school's address.
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