By J. Kavin Ross Eagle Photojournalist       The Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission held a public meeting recently about the new history center to be built on North Greenwood Avenue last Thursday evening. The program was held at the historic Carver Middle...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net   Heather Wimbley and Tony Moore have done it again… The Whispers in Tulsa for free! If you’re a true student a R/B music it doesn’t matter what generation you are from, or when you were born,...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newspaper     Tulsa Municipal Court is providing two amnesty sessions for citizens who have outstanding citations for parking and traffic moving violations. The amnesty sessions fall in line with the Resilient Tulsa Strategy, which helps equip all Tulsans...
www.clarksvillenow.com By ClarksvilleNow.com     Millard House, director for Clarksville-Montgomery County School System, has been selected as the Director-At-Large for the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS). House will also serve as one of 12 Fellows to participate in the Coherence Lab Fellowship. TOSS leads...
www.fieldgulls.com By Kenneth Arthur  @KennethArthuRS       We came into this season with a lot of questions as to what Tyler Lockett would look like as the “number one receiver” in a Brian Schottenheimer (read: Pete Carroll) offense. Also, how he’d look without Doug Baldwin. Also how...
By Eagle Newswire     The third annual Terence Crutcher Foundation Memorial Gala was a sold-out event on Sept. 14 at the downtown DoubleTree Hotel. There were select images, messages and newspaper clippings highlighting pivotal moments in the years since Terence Crutcher was...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net       Kadjeer and Maggie Yar of the Hille Foundation met with a group of Black Wall Street stake holders on Tuesday, September 17 to discuss the vision for a new online directory being developed...
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...