Tulsa natives Nate Goodman and Brandon Oldham are two of the many young black professionals that are doing something positive for the rapidly growing community in Tulsa.
Despite the increase in rent, store fixtures and utility services are in dire need of replacement and repair; there has never been running water in D&F Mini-Mart.
Not only did the Black Church give up freedom of speech, but it sacrificed its feet too!
The probability of a black male student dropping out before graduating from high school decreased by 39 percent when exposed to a black male teacher.
“Once I saw the potential impact it could have on the community and economic development, especially in North Tulsa, I was sold and said let’s do it.”
By Hannibal B. Johnson The simple things matter. Keep these tips in mind as you seek to maintain positive, affirming relationships, both personally and professionally. 1. Be authentic. Say what you mean, […]
This incident displays the need for exposure to and education about sexual and gender minorities to combat the hateful ignorance that affects the LGBT community.
Community involvement is what separates “economic development” from gentrification.
Black Economic Expo Foundation The Exchange Center at Expo Square April 8-9, 2017 4145 E. 21st St Tulsa, OK 74114 (918) 280-8214 About the Black Economic Expo Economic Expo (BEE) is a diverse event […]
Until an African American commission is created, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce is the only microphone for our community’s needs and concerns, which means a crucial requirement of being a board member should be representation of the community.
“His actions dictated my actions,” Officer Shelby stated.