2020 is a year that has knocked us off our feet. But this reunion is the latest example of some of the very good that has come from this year. Hopefully, it inspires more people to bury the hatchet and inject more love into our society that desperately needs it.
Beyoncé is bringing her black parade to the Grammys: The pop star’s anthem about Black pride scored multiple nominations Tuesday, making her the leading contender with nine.
David Dinkins administration had one early high note: Newly freed Nelson Mandela made New York City his first stop in the U.S. in 1990. Dinkins had been a longtime, outspoken critic of apartheid in South Africa.
America’s double standard of so-called justice prevails even after a summer of massive protests against racial injustice. Published 11/23/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 12 secBy BWSTimes Staff Kyle Rittenhouse (left); Khalif […]
Pfizer and Moderna last week reported preliminary results from late-stage trials showing their vaccines were almost 95% effective.
Change is inevitable, but the loss of culture is not and Metro by T-Mobile wants to provide its stores as points of expression to recognize and commemorate communities across the country, starting with Tulsa. […]
By the time North Tulsa residents adjust to the changes, there will be a demographic change that makes these developments less accessible for them. Published 11/22/2020 | Reading Time 3 mins 58 […]