“Black students continue to be suspended much more than students of other races/ethnicities.”
The unspoken racial tension this town has been dealing with since the 1921 Tulsa Massacre is the elephant in the room when it comes to suspensions, and TPS needs to address it head-on.
Oklahoma Policy Markers are branding middle- and low-income African-Americans students as second class citizens so they can maintain the long lasting status quo of white superiority in the state.
Reporting | Nehemiah D. Frank, Editor-in-chief Managing Editor | Liz Frank State Representative Regina Goodwin says the state is having trouble deciding where to allocate funds, which makes it difficult to solve […]
“We have more dollar stores than any other district.” – City Councilwoman Vanessa Hall-Harper
Charter schools are quickly proving to be a success for African Americans, the struggle to retain educator’s as whole is the weakness of the state’s public educational system due partly to the budget crisis.
“The development of the Evans Fintube site in the Historic Greenwood District represents the opportunity to grow and develop a district with progressive ideas. BMX is a sport that our youth, specifically […]