“DEMANDING A JUSTULSA” ADVOCACY GROUP HOSTS COMMUNITY RESOURCE FAIR TO COINCIDE WITH CITY COUNCIL LISTENING SESSION ON RACIAL DISPARITIES IN POLICING Demanding a JUSTulsa is proud to announce a powerful community resource […]
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TULSA, Okla. — A group of compassionate teachers, concerned over the humanitarian crisis growing at the Mexico–United States border, made the charitable decision to gather toothbrushes, soaps, diapers, and blankets for the children of immigrants and their families.
I know what it is like to grow up not only Black but also queer and in constant proximity to the criminal injustice system.
“To say that you hold an implicit bias is not saying that you’re a racist. But, I wonder if the lack of urgency and TPD’s absence in these discussions or even Jordan’s failure to admit that race is a factor here — maybe stems from a fear of being called a racist?” Imlay said.
Fields spoke of her career trajectory, noting that her time as a guest columnist for the Oklahoma Eagle is what encouraged her to pursue journalism as a career. Her column “Scoopin’ the Scoop” showed her that she had a story and people wanted to hear it.
The School Naming Committee is inviting community members to be part of the school naming process by attending the Gilcrease and Bunche School Name Information Night on Tuesday, June 18 at 6 p.m. at the Tulsa Dream Center (200 W. 46th St. N.).
The history books have seemingly left out the queer side, of many, of yesterday’s black queer-and-out movers and shakers — as if being queer was some kind of weakness for them as individuals and the race as a whole.