We are excited to announce an excellent opportunity for our readers to not only win tickets to Tavis Smiley’s stage play, “Death of A King,” on February 8, 2018, but to become more knowledgeable about the life of Dr. King, the life of King that you don’t know. As Tavis Smiley’s byline says, “The man you know, the story you don’t.”
Aware Tulsa, the Terence Crutcher Family Foundation, and other concerned citizens are hosting Tulsa Protest Against Police Brutality on Sunday, October 22nd, at 3 p.m. outside of the Tulsa County Courthouse.
There are many talented, famous African-Americans that come from Tulsa. We know The Gap Band, Alfre Woodward, Demarco Morgan, Clifton Taulbert and Wayman Tisdale, just to name a few.
Smith envisions a 60ft Christmas Tree with a lighting ceremony just after the Thanksgiving holidays on site.
By Staff Writer | Nehemiah D. Frank, Editor in Chief Tulsa, Okla. – LaPortia Burks is a younger sister, an African-American woman, who is serious about her business. Ms. […]
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 […]
“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 […]
“Two days after Philando Castile’s killer walked free, my cousin, a pregnant Black mother, was gunned down in Seattle after she called 911 for help.” -Nakeya
The Black Wall St. Times is proud to announce a sponsorship for the Supporters Of Families With Sicklecell, INC‘s 5K Race. Early registration is open NOW until Saturday, September 9, 2017 Date: Saturday, September […]