www.thegrio.com By David A. Love     Memories of the civil rights movement evoke images of fearless community-based organizations that fought for the equality and justice for Black people. As they struggled in the streets, in the jail cells and the courts to cancel...
By C.J. Webber-Neal Eagle Photojournalist     With the thought of black entrepreneurship and conciliation in mind, U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R) took time to visit with The Oklahoma Eagle and speak with publisher Jim Goodwin about his vision for the future.  Present...
By Eagle Newswire     The Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame, Inc., (OAAE) announces the posthumous induction of career Tulsa educator and coach Mr. Lee Virgil Patterson as a member of their 2019 class of the OAAE Hall of Fame...
www.gtrnews.com By DAVID ARNETT   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVszoQcjS1o   Editor’s note: This article is reprinted from the March, 1993 Union Boundary. The author currently publishes www.TulsaToday.com Some traces of a historic community remain near the northeast quadrant of 51st Street near Mingo Road, but the disappearance of...
www.cbssports.com By  Bryan DeArdo   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Evl5IwBx8ZM   Who needs Antonio Brown? That's what Oakland Raiders fans were thinking after watching their team defeat AFC West rival Denver in Oakland's 24-16 victory on Monday Night Football. Despite not having Brown, who was released by the team two days earlier,...
www.tulsa.okstate.edu     Just as her four sisters have done, Tyreiha Walker grew up working in her Granny’s well-known Wanda J’s restaurants in north Tulsa. She started at cash register at age 7, progressed to doing dishes then became a waitress by 14. Walker...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     This year, two Booker T. Washinton H.S. Class of 83 alumni, Jenice Jones (Ph.D. candidate), President of Just The Beginning Inc., who founded Just The Beginning 10 years ago & Keynote Speaker, Dr. Audrey Thompson, Oral...
www.newson6.com By: Joseph Holloway     A former Tulsa teacher is opening a bookstore showing books written by or focused on people of color. Onikah Asamoa-Caesar moved to Tulsa a few years ago for "Teach for America" and says she realized there was a need...
www.dyermemorialchapel.com     Jacinto Shawn Davis was born to Shirley Marie Goudeau and Cedell Wright on November 17th, 1969 in Colorado Springs, CO. Shirley and Shawn moved back to Tulsa, OK where Shawn grew up, and he started playing football. Shawn’s love of...
By Kim Fobbs Eagle Guest Writer   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yq5x9EHkzsc   It’s now or never for SQ803.  If you, like me, are tired of politicians working for the gun lobby instead of protecting our people, YOU, can change that this weekend. Come sign the state question...