Friday, October 22, 2021
Voting Is Under Attack Your right to vote is in unprecedented peril. That is how many voting rights experts feel about the legal treachery to remove the sacred right from the most vulnerable among us. The bills will inhibit or...
The Cameras Are Gone, What Now June 1 has come and gone and there were impressive expressions of how horrible the massacre was and how Tulsa is still an intolerant metropolitan city. To be fair, every major and minor city...
Removing Governor From Race Panel Appropriate After Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt refused to meet with the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot Centennial Commission, they moved to remove him after he signed the repugnant HB 1775 that prohibits the teaching of what...
Oklahoma Joins Sad Fraternity Of States Trying To Rewrite Racial Abuse History HB 1775 sits on Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt’s desk awaiting his signature to prohibit the teaching of critical race theory. Accordingly, it would remove curriculum that in history,...
Native History In Greenwood And Elsewhere Ignored As Tulsa and Greenwood begin the process of coming together and recognize the history of what happened to the old black Wall Street 100 years ago, they would be remiss to leave out...
Chauvin Guilty, Road To Police Reform Begins With the conviction of ex-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, a nation drew a collective sigh of relief as fears of an acquittal were dashed and riots averted. America has become numb to the...
The Thin Blue Line Is Rightfully Showing Cracks, Officer Charged The cruel irony of Minnesota reveals the state of police and African Americans is changing as police officers kill black citizens and are charged for the alleged crimes. Police have...
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...