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We’re Voting YES on State Question 788

Oklahoma imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other governing body in the world. This isn’t by accident, this is by design.

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Greenwood Forever

There may not be a magical plant giving special powers to a single king. Wakanda may be a fictional kingdom. But Tulsa is potentially on the precipice of a new age of harmony where community service, reconciliation, intellectualism and innovation give rise to unity and a thriving 918.

Contributing Editor Nate Morris’ Facebook post about 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre goes viral

Greenwood ― the most preeminent black community in the United States at the time ― was home to 10,000 residents and contained scores of black-owned businesses, hotels, restaurants, law offices, doctors offices, movie theaters, and more. Following an incident between a young black man and a young white woman in a downtown elevator, many of the nearly 3,200 Klan members in Tulsa and countless more white vigilantes armed themselves with firearms and marched north to Greenwood.