Thursday, July 16, 2020
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire      
www.today.com By Morgan Radford and Scott Stump The "Sisters of the Movement" are pushing for concrete changes in policing they hope will prevent other families from feeling the pain they have endured. They spoke to TODAY's Morgan Radford. It's a sisterhood born...
www.fox23.com By: FOX23.com News Staff   Members of the Tulsa County legal community say they’re volunteering their knowledge to help local protest and march organizers. “Attorneys are in a unique position, they see the unbalanced system on a daily basis,” volunteer lawyers wrote in...
www.huffingtonpost.com By Chris Canipe and Lisa Shumaker   President Trump plans to hold an indoor campaign rally in Oklahoma on Saturday.   New cases of COVID-19 nearly doubled in Alabama and South Carolina in the second week of June compared to the prior seven...
By Damario Soloman Simmons   As protests continue to convulse cities across America, many wonder where we go from here. It’s impossible to know the future. But if efforts do not include meaningful reparations for African Americans, the omnipresent injustices we face...
www.nytimes.com By Jonathan Martin   “This is the time for us to finally make a difference,” the N.B.A. superstar said of the new group, which will aim to protect African-Americans’ voting rights.   The N.B.A. superstar LeBron James and a group of other prominent black...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Calls for Greater Diversity and Sensitivity Training at Tulsa Police Department   Tulsa, OK- Jerry Goodwin, a candidate for City of Tulsa City Council District 1, says he has not been able to review the exact audio or...
coronavirus.health.ok.gov. As of this advisory, there are 7,363 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. There are five additional deaths; none occurred in the past 24 hours, all died between April 5 and June 7. One in Oklahoma...
From The Desk of Greg Robinson   I am deeply committed to making this city one that I can be proud of, that my family can be proud of, that our little brothers and sisters of all races and ages and...
www.variety.com By Will Thorne   After leading a Black Lives Matter protest against racial injustice over the weekend, NBA star Russell Westbrook is producing a project on “the single worst incident of racial violence in American history.” Westbrook is teaming with celebrated documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson and “Killer...
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