A look inside Tulsa’s Brady Theater. The company announced Thursday that they will change the name of the theater to The Tulsa Theater in 2019. (Photo: Explore Tulsa) By: Nate Morris, senior […]
By: Nate Morris, senior editor Two months ago, at a small community meeting in the fellowship hall at Morning Star Baptist church, Mayor GT Bynum made an unexpected announcement that would make […]
By: Nate Morris HOOVER, AL – Two days after Emantic F. Bradford, Jr. was laid to rest, an independent autopsy report released by his family attorney reveal that the 21 year […]
If Oklahoma’s mission is to close the academic achievement gap between racial cohorts, why does the State continue allocating more funding to low-performing traditional public schools in urban areas and not high-performing public charter schools in those same areas?
By: Nate Morris, senior editor DALLAS, TX – Amber Guyger, the white Dallas police officer who shot and killed Botham Jean in his own apartment last month, has been charged with murder […]
“The Green Book” by Calvin A. Ramsey is a play about a time when many African-Americans were traveling by car and had the freedom of mobility for the first time, and they were eager to go out on the road. However, segregation brought hidden dangers, and vulnerable Blacks had to maneuver to find safety in accommodations, leisure activities, restaurants, service establishments and anything that they would need during their travels.
Pending the Board’s formal acceptance of Vice President Decker’s resignation and following the guidelines set forth in Board Policy 1102, the Board would consider appointment of a qualified resident from District 5 who would serve the remainder of the term which runs through 2020.
Black Americans had hoped that justice in the form of quality education would come roaring like a powerful rainstorm after a thousand-years drought.
machine that ships a few bright kids into middle-class schools while abandoning the majority of minority kids who must navigate through crumbling buildings and outdated textbooks.
Black and Latinx parents often are depicted as uneducated and incapable of assisting their children with homework, which may be the reason a black or brown student doesn’t return homework or does poorly in school.
Cloudy skies are now clear for some 15,000 current and former students today. The US Department of Education was defeated in court, canceling $150 million of student loan debt for students who attended shady for-profit colleges.
By: Nate Morris, senior editor In a packed auditorium at the Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity, students from seven schools presented their semester-long projects to change their school and the greater […]