Wednesday, October 21, 2020
By Eagle Newswire The past couple of years, an overwhelming number of African American organizations across the nation have closed their doors due to the loss of funding from the corporate sector. Tulsa witnessed the closing of its beloved Metropolitan...
By Eagle Newswire Oklahoma loses another educator to Texas. Tulsa's Washington High School principal Nanette Coleman has submitted her resignation. Coleman’s resignation will take effect Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. She is a BTW alum and has been the school's principal since 2014. Before...
Zeba Blay Voices Culture Writer, The Huffington Post Today, on President Obama’s last full day as President of the United States, some Americans are in a state of mourning. There’s a huge sense of loss for many Obama fans who...

http://www.circlecinema.com Calendar Opens 20th CENTURY WOMEN FIRE AT SEA A MAN CALLED OVEContinues LA LA LAND ELLE JACKIE MANCHESTER BY THE SEA LIONLimited Engagements SAILOR MOON R : THE PROMISE OF THE ROSE - Circle Anime Club -Thu, Jan 19 - Sat, Jan, 21 20TH CENTURY WOMEN Fri - Thu: 12:00, 2:20,...
www.latimes.com By JAWEED KALEEM, KURTIS LEE AND JENNY JARVIE Andrew Jackson II and his family attended President Obama’s inauguration in January 2009. “This is what America is supposed to be about,” Jackson recalls thinking. Eight years ago, Andrew Jackson II saw himself...
www.atlantablackstar.com By: Tanasia Kenney A new report examining TV food advertising viewed by preschoolers, children and teens found that African-American youths are disproportionately exposed to junk food ads, viewing almost 50 percent more ads for unhealthy snacks than their white counterparts. The study,...
By: Matthew Jacobs Entertainment Reporter, The Huffington Post Having expanded to theaters nationwide at the start of the month, “Hidden Figures” is the perfect antidote to the doldrums of January moviegoing. It’s breezy but powerful, and its PG rating invites...

1963 Revisited!

BY: Pastor Anthony Scott First Baptist Church North Tulsa In June 1964, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote his book entitled, Why We Can’t Wait, in which he chronicled the momentum turning events that occurred during the Civil Rights Movement and...
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., INTERFAITH COMMEMORATIVE SERVICE 2017 Sunday, January 15, 2017, 6:00 p.m., Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, located at 13th & Boston.   Keynote Speaker for the service Dr. Rodney Goss, Senior Pastor Morning Star Baptist Church, Tulsa,...
 www.theguardian.com Bryan Armen Graham in New York @bryanagraham   Ice Cube can think of at least one good reason why people will pay to watch retired NBA stars play 3-on-3 basketball. “Summer’s boring as shit,” the rapper and film actor, born O’Shea Jackson, said...
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