The Tulsa Mayor’s Youth Council encourages high school students to become active in the community by participating in local government. Members of the Council will see firsthand the many faces of City government in action and learn how each contributes to the City’s goals of public safety and quality of life. The members will also learn about the political process and how youth can have a voice in local government issues. In short, they’ll have a backstage pass to the City of Tulsa.
A year after Tulsa’s first Equality Indicators report was released, data shows it’s clear the city needs bold leadership and action to create needed change.
By: BWST Editorial Board For eight months, Tulsa city councilors have been deliberating around one particular issue: whether or not to hold public hearings about Tulsa Police Department data showing racially biased […]
“We’re still here”: Hundreds fill event center to discuss policing reform and demand action from city leaders
“It’s been 902 days since my twin brother was gunned down in the street,” Dr. Tiffany Crutcher told a crowd of nearly two hundred people who packed the 36th Street North Event Center in Tulsa on Thursday night.
It is the opinion of the Black Wall Street Times that Jania Wester is the best and most uniquely qualified choice to move our district in the right direction for years to come.
It is time.
Governor Northam, Atty Gen. Herring, Lt. Gov Fairfax and Senator Norment must all resign.
Oklahoma’s Nov. 6 State questions will an impact on school funding, how we elect future lieutenant governors, the gross production taxes, and victims’ rights.