Tuesday, January 26, 2021
www.tulsaworld.com     Some Tulsa kids are headed to the beach, the mountains or enjoying a comfortable week home from school with their families. However, those that rely on reduced and free meals at school could go hungry with schools out for the...
www.cyberbullying.org By Justin W. Patchin Tags: bullying statisticscyberbullying statisticsdatasurvey Here at the Cyberbullying Research Center, we use data to better understand what teens are thinking, doing, and experiencing at school and online. We promote evidence-based and research-inspired policies, procedures, and programming. And given the...
By C.J. Neal Eagle Photojournalist   The Tulsa City Council voted 9-0 to allow public hearings regarding the 2018 Equality Indicators Report, however the years of frustration and anger regarding police interactions with the minority residence of Tulsa was clearly expressed to...
By Eagle Newswire   Clarifying voting rights for persons convicted of a felony is House Bill (HB) 2253. A creative license tag to help fund the Juneteenth Festival and commemorate Black Wall Street, HB2256 are bills authored by State Representative Regina...
By Joseph Holloway News On 6   QuikTrip has set a date for the opening of its new store near Pine and Peoria. A spokesperson from QuikTrip says they plan to open this new store by March 21st. This store has been a long time...
By Sherry Laskey   Langston University, Oklahoma State University, and The Noble Research Institute will be presenting its Market Gardening School at Langston Tulsa on Saturdays from March to October. The actual classes (8) will be held once a month on...
  www.tulsaworld.com By Kyle Hinchey, Stetson Payne and Andrea Eger     For Tulsa Public Schools, only Booker T. Washington High School received an overall A grade, while 22 school sites received an F.   OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Education on Thursday...
www.vox.com By Ranjani Chakraborty    A century after the destruction of “Black Wall Street,” a city searches for victims.   Nearly 100 years ago, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s “Black Wall Street” was an anomaly. The flourishing community of black-owned businesses thrived in a neighborhood known as the...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     Hear from Associated Press reporter and author of "Who is the Black Panther?", the novel companion to Marvel’s blockbuster movie “Black Panther,” Jesse Holland as he discusses black heroes and popular culture on Sunday, March 3...
www.chicagotribune.com By Rachel Siegel Washington Post   Vanessa Hall-Harper, a lifelong resident of this city's poorest area, has viewed the opening of dollar stores in recent years with trepidation. The stores were a reminder of the blight, she said, and they blocked grocers...
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