Thursday, October 29, 2020
Racial Profiling End in Murder And Humiliation Essentially Lyndo Jones was murdered by a Dallas policeman last year for getting in his own truck, this week the trial begins where former Mesquite officer Derick Wiley who prosecutors say shot Jones...
Retail Racial Flare-Ups Again, Never Let Them Be Common     The editorial pages of The Oklahoma Eagle has lately served as a weekly reminder that naked racism is rearing its head in places unaccustomed to such outbursts of hatred. One might...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     America we watched the sentencing of a white woman, a former cop, convicted of murdering a black man named Botham Jean in his own apartment, unarmed, eating ice cream. She received the very minimal sentence of...
Last week, Harry Belafonte spoke to a pack at the University of Oklahoma to hear his stories about activism, the Civil Rights movement, and the role of actors on the stage of life, his upbringing with immigrant parents and...
The Oklahoma Eagle   The hardest working people in America are the people who truly understand what the American Dream is. The less you have the more you believe in the American Dream. Right now those seeking the American Dream are...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial     Perhaps much of Tulsa has the forgotten broken promises made to the survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre and subsequent subjugation under the numerous boots of Tulsa; however, the children of the victims remember every cruel...
Richardson Trying To Copy Trump With Divisive Ads   Republican gubernatorial hopeful Gary Richardson has run for Governor before and in an earlier attempt he tried to win on a single issue of turning people against the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Of...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   Last week a resolution was sprung impromptu on the Greenwood Cultural Center (GCC) Board of Directors regarding its remaining 71-year lease with the City of Tulsa. The resolution was not on the Board’s agenda. The substance...
The nation has drawn a line in the sand over this time in race relations. Perhaps it’s over the rise in White Nationalism and bigotry and perceived support by President Donald Trump. Seems improbable that we would as a...
Tulsa Councilors Cave In To Anti Black Lives Matter Activists In what can only be described as weak and obviously bowing to anti African American interest, the Tulsa City Council minus its lone Black councilwoman, moved to remove a mural...
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