Regardless of where you live, it’s incumbent upon us ― especially white people, who benefit from the same system that allowed this attack to occur, protected its perpetrators from legal action, precluded its victims from receiving compensation, and hid it from view of the masses for generations ― to seek out the stories that have been purposefully hidden or misrepresented in order to continue perpetuating false, placated narratives of our country’s true past.
The program will focus on Fields’s experience growing up in segregated Tulsa and her prominent journalism career, including the PBS documentary she wrote and produced, “Goin’ Back to T-Town,” about race relations in the city.
As Oklahoma reels from flooding and tornadoes, some House Republicans continue to block disaster relief funds
By: Nate Morris A $19 Billion funding package to support recovery efforts for multiple disasters which have struck the country over the last several years has failed to pass the US House […]
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Tulsa, OK forecasts additional storms with torrential rains in the area, bringing with them the risk of “catastrophic” flooding.
Body camera footage shows San Antonio officer shooting an unarmed Black teen while he was sitting on the couch
Charles Roundtree, Jr. 05/28/2019 | Reading Time 2 min 32 sec By Nate Morris, Senior Writer Late last week, the San Antonio Police Department released the body-camera footage of an officer-involved shooting […]
TULSA, OK – Water covers the roadway up and down Riverside Drive, with some areas experiencing more than a foot of flooding. At the Gathering Place, portions of the riverside walkway were […]
The white supremacist dynamic at play in these remarks was emblematic of the national scene in 1921. Indeed, sociologists and historians refer to this period in our history as “the nadir of race relations in America.” This was the era of a proliferation of “race riots” – more than 25 in 1919 alone – and lynchings – domestic terrorism – perpetrated primarily against African Americans.