Tuesday, April 13, 2021
The Fight For Justice For Surviving Massacre Victims In this year, the search for justice for the 1921 Race Massacre continues in many ways. There is the search for the fallen, the effort to teach the real history, to honor...
GCC Asks City Of Tulsa For Security Help After Threats  The coming months will be a time of remembrance and grief as the City of Tulsa recognizes the 1921 Race Massacre and prepares for the world to cast their eyes on our city. It...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   When Art Says To Be Quiet Passions are sure to run deep and wide in the coming months as Tulsa prepares to recognize the 100-year anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Not all those feelings are...
Norman High School The Best Kind Of Champs When Norman High School (NHS) girls’ basketball team stepped on the court in their play-off match with Midwest City they did not check their conscience at the door as they took a...
www.theguardian.com By Etan Thomas     The broadcaster caught directing the N-word at a girls’ team dredges up memories of the racism I experienced as a young player in Tulsa. But what happened the next day gives me hope. Back in 1996, my Booker...
Julius Jones Wins Phase I Of Commutation Process In what some might call a stunning vote by the probation and parole board, they voted 3-1 to consider Julius Jones’ case for commutation. Jones has spent two decades on death row...
Remembering 1921 Race Massacre Beyond June 1   One of the outgrowths of the upcoming remembrance of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre is that there is still much to learn about those horrible days nearly 100 years ago. The Tulsa Faith...
Proposed State Laws Fall Short Of Boston United Methodist Goals             Evil reigns so long as good people do nothing. That truth has been used to confront darkness and encourage light to show us the way. So true today as...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   Oklahoma GOP Out Of Touch With Citizens It is not because the Republican party sees a different solution for common problems than that of Democrats. It is just so wrong-headed when it comes to people of color....
Black History Shouldn’t Be An Ordinary Month America sets aside February to remember Black History Month. At the time many in this country did not realize that despite everything that came out of the black experience, there were great accomplishments...
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