Tuesday, September 22, 2020
www.harmonybeat.com Posted 25th November 2016 by William Harvey That the newspaper the Oklahoma Eagle exists at all is a miracle. That it needed to be born was a tragedy. The original paper for Tulsa's African-American community was the Tulsa Star, but during the so-called Tulsa Race Riot of...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijiNEBDxxyg&feature=youtu.be   The harmonic sounds of live brass instruments filled the room just as bodies packed the seats of the Refreshing Event Center in Oklahoma City Sunday afternoon. The Oklahoma Black Museum organized a concert of live sounds...
By Joseph Goodwin Eagle Staff Writer       The fallout from a hateful, racist inspired Snapchat video, posted by an eighth grade Tulsa Public School student, which was then shared on school property, continues to have parents perplexed and upset by the lack...
www.vox.com By Dylan Scott @dylanlscott dylan.scott@vox.com    The US health system has failed black and Latino populations for decades. Now they’re paying the price.   It has been clear for some time that the coronavirus pandemic is killing black and Latino Americans at disproportionately high rates, but new...
www.thegrio.com By S. Tia Brown Cash is king, and having even a little bit more of it often makes you feel like one. So if you don’t receive regular bonuses from your employer, or give them to yourself as a business owner, tax...
By Eagle Newswire   Outstanding woman in the Tulsa community were recognized at the 2020 Women of the Year-Pinnacle Awards ceremony at City Hall Thursday, January 9. Their achievements were recognized in the annual awards presented by The Mayor's Commission on the...
www.justblogbaby.com By Brad Weiss   As a running back, being selected in the first round of the draft brings extremely high expectations, but for Josh Jacobs, there was no issue exceeded expectations in 2019. The playmaker from Alabama became the first Raiders rookie...

1963 Revisited!

BY: Pastor Anthony Scott First Baptist Church North Tulsa In June 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote his book entitled, Why We Can’t Wait, in which he chronicled the momentum turning events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement and...
www.tulsaworld.com By Bill Haisten If an Oklahoma State basketball fan wants a look at the future of Cowboy basketball, there is an opportunity Thursday at Memorial High School. In a...
www.talkbusiness.net By Talk Business & Politics staff (staff2@talkbusiness.net)     Arvest Bank on Tuesday (April 9) announced the hiring of former Walmart executive LaTricia Hill-Chandler as the company’s new diversity and inclusion officer. Hill-Chandler most recently served as a senior manager II for diversity and...
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