By Eagle Newswire     The third annual Terence Crutcher Foundation Memorial Gala was a sold-out event on Sept. 14 at the downtown DoubleTree Hotel. There were select images, messages and newspaper clippings highlighting pivotal moments in the years since Terence Crutcher was...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net       Kadjeer and Maggie Yar of the Hille Foundation met with a group of Black Wall Street stake holders on Tuesday, September 17 to discuss the vision for a new online directory being developed...
By Eagle Newswire     Tulsa’s local artist Majeste Amour Pearson was given the wonderful opportunity this past weekend to perform at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys Governors Ball in Los Angeles, Cali., the official after party of the Emmys! She was...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   The following message from T. Boone Pickens was written prior to his passing September 11, 2019.   “If you are reading this, I have passed on from this world — not as big a deal for you as...
www.thegrio.com By David A. Love     Memories of the civil rights movement evoke images of fearless community-based organizations that fought for the equality and justice for Black people. As they struggled in the streets, in the jail cells and the courts to cancel...
By C.J. Webber-Neal Eagle Photojournalist     With the thought of black entrepreneurship and conciliation in mind, U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R) took time to visit with The Oklahoma Eagle and speak with publisher Jim Goodwin about his vision for the future.  Present...
www.gtrnews.com By DAVID ARNETT   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVszoQcjS1o   Editor’s note: This article is reprinted from the March, 1993 Union Boundary. The author currently publishes www.TulsaToday.com Some traces of a historic community remain near the northeast quadrant of 51st Street near Mingo Road, but the disappearance of...
www.tulsa.okstate.edu     Just as her four sisters have done, Tyreiha Walker grew up working in her Granny’s well-known Wanda J’s restaurants in north Tulsa. She started at cash register at age 7, progressed to doing dishes then became a waitress by 14. Walker...
By Harrison Grimwood Tulsa World ​A man was found not guilty of first-degree murder Thursday in connection with a fatal shooting at the Somerset Park at Union apartments in 2017. ​A jury acquitted Devonte Spivey, 24, on the murder count but convicted...
www.newson6.com By: Joseph Holloway     A former Tulsa teacher is opening a bookstore showing books written by or focused on people of color. Onikah Asamoa-Caesar moved to Tulsa a few years ago for "Teach for America" and says she realized there was a need...