Friday, September 18, 2020
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Russell M. Perry, chairman of Perry Publishing & Broadcasting, will receive the prestigious National Radio Award presented annually by the National Association of Broadcasters. The award will be presented during “The 2020 Radio Show,” scheduled from Oct....
Eagle Staff Report   Los Angeles, Cali. – LeBron James’ entertainment company, Springhill Productions, is funding a filmmaker’s documentary on Tulsa’s Greenwood District and the 1921 race massacre. Salima Koroma, who made her directorial debut in “Bad Rap” a 2016 documentary about...
www.radio.com By Lizzy Buczak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-gRELIf7LI Little Richard, a founding father and pioneer of rock and roll, has died. He was 87. His son, Danny Penniman, confirmed the death to Rolling Stone. A cause of death remains unknown. Little Richard, real name Richard Wayne Penniman, was known for...
www.exministries.tv By Vincent Funaro     Rapper and actor LL Cool J appeared on Hot 97 in New York City for an interview last week where he discussed elements of his personal faith including his tithing. When asked about his over 20 years career in the...
www.xonecole.com By Taylor Honore   Sh*t has officially gotten real, ladies and gentlemen. Outside has been canceled until further notice and we are really in this bih. In light of recent events, we've been confined to our respective spaces and asked to practice...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net   Bobby Eaton has a vested interest in the Tulsa North community and has launched KBOB 89.9. Community radio is when local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in operating the station. It...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     The road less traveled is narrow and straight. Although there are distractions masked as opportunities to veer left or right, it is the path less traveled that leads to purpose. Michael Devine is committed to walking...
www.newsone.com By Bruce C.T. Wright   Netflix's "Tiger King" might mark the first time in modern history when a lack of racial diversity on a TV show was readily welcomed by Black people.   https://youtu.be/acTdxsoa428   For all the talk surrounding “Tiger King,” Netflix‘s wild new...
www.nbcnews.com By Daniel Arkin   The facts of the Tulsa massacre appeared to have been unknown to many "Watchmen" viewers, who expressed their disbelief on social media.   The premiere of HBO's "Watchmen" was packed with allusions to the dense mythology of the landmark 1980s...
www.huffpost.com By Bianca Lambert   The answer is simple: Absolutely.   We’ve seen a wealth of celebrities including Miley Cyrus and the Kardashians appropriating Black culture, plus countless fashion designers sending white models down their runways wearing locs, braids and baby hairs. But what happens when we start to talk about...