www.christianpost.com By Leonardo Blair     Pointing to the miseducation of whites on black America as one reason behind enduring discrimination, Matt Chandler, pastor of The Village Church in Highland Village, Texas, called on white pastors to help fight against it from their pulpits. Making...
www.independentsector.org By Ericka Hines and Monisha Kapila   Early in 2016, Independent Sector began working with experts to identify a selective list of best existing resources to help the charitable community address challenges in three critical areas: Diversity, equity, and inclusion; nonprofit...
By Eagle Newswire     OKPOP, a project of the Oklahoma Historical Society, is planning a special event to mark Juneteenth on Monday, June 17, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Rudisill Regional Library, located at 1520 N. Hartford Ave. in...
By Eagle Newswire     Tulsa north is proud to have two farmers markets Greenwood Farmers and Artisans Market and Black Wall Street Market (See What’s Up Tulsa). The purpose of the Greenwood Farmers and Artisans Market is to create a space...
By Eagle Newswire     The Greenwood License Plate bill authored by Rep. Regina Goodwin and Sen. George Young is the 98th specialty plate placed into an omnibus bill and signed into law by Gov. Stitt. The Greenwood District/Juneteenth Festival Revolving Fund...
By John Newby www.247sports.com     The Oakland Raiders first-round running back is on the field for his team. Last week, the Silver and Black opened Organized Team Activities (OTA), getting the entire team together for three days of practice. With only one session...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Corps Begins Reducing Keystone Dam Release TULSA — At 4 p.m. today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a planned reduction of the release of outflow from the Keystone Dam that will be executed over the...
www.tulsaworld.com By Kendrick Marshall Tulsa World       In the weeks after the Tulsa race massacre destroyed much of the Greenwood District, the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce held meetings to discuss a response to the large-scale attack at the epicenter of the city's...
www.theatlantic.com By MATTHEW DELMONT       Days before the 1960 election, Coretta Scott King received a call from then-candidate John F. Kennedy while her husband was in a Georgia jail, charged with trespassing after leading a sit-in demonstration against segregation in Atlanta. “This...
By Eagle Newswire     Derrick Wayne Minter, 56, succumbed on May 11, 2019 Derrick, a special dancer, was born on January 13, 1963 in Los Angeles, Cali.  The proud parents, Sharon Cobbs and Melvis Minter named him Derrick Wayne.  As a young...