www.newson6.com By Ashley Holden MOORE, Oklahoma - The city of Moore has...
By Margaret Hicks Staff Writer mhicks@theoklahomaeagle.net     On Thursday night, November 16, 2016, The John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation held its 2017 Dinner of Reconciliation, where about 580 people were in attendance. John W. Franklin, son of the late John Hope Franklin,...
  www.bwhi.org The “OTHER” Cancer and Black women Cervical cancer affects more than 11,000 women worldwide annually.  Of the close to 2,000 Black women diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, over 40 percent will die. This is unacceptable.  Cervical cancer is one...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire www.localfoodweek.org Double Up Oklahoma Program —free fruits and vegetables up to $20, when using your SNAP access card. Spend a $1, we will match $1  at Cherry St. Farmers Market, Tulsa Farmers Market and R& G Grocery!    ...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire     This writing addresses the Oklahoma University (OU) “house cleaning” by the new administration as it led to the exit of Mr. Jabar Shumate and talk of a fraternity house being re-opened to the Oklahoma University Sigma Alpha...
www.abcnews.go.com By By KEN THOMAS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7B4vIeRbzo   The White House said Wednesday that President Donald Trump has declined an invitation to speak at the NAACP's annual convention next week in Baltimore, leading the nation's oldest civil rights organization to question the president's commitment to his African American...
www.theblackfactor.com By Mary Willis   What’s that old expression? “If you want to hide something from a Black person, put it in a book.” (or some say, "write it down") There’s long been a stereotype that Black people don’t like to read. The...
www.forbes.com By Mona Zhang    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZy7N3qo3hI   The Silver State’s marijuana industry is still in its infancy, but the cannabis market has raked in more than $30 million in tax revenue for the state so far. Retailers in Nevada have sold more than $195 million in cannabis...
www.news9.com BY AARON BRILBECK     OKLAHOMA CITY - A bill to legalize industrialized hemp production in the state is one signature away from reality. The bill that would allow for a pilot program for farmers to grow industrialized hemp passed in the Senate today. It’s...
By Margaret Hicks Eagle Staff Writer mhicks@theoklahomaeagle.net   “Step” is a true-life story of the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women (BLSYW) and its step team: - Lakira Anderson, Shanice Barkley, Yakema Barkley, Trachya Biles, Tamar Dennis, Brooke Dixon, Blessin Giraldo, Cori Grainger,...