Students and staff at Langston Hughes Academy fight to keep the school alive after members of the State Board of Education stripped its accreditation in January.
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.
Councilman Cass Fahler said he was “feeling determined” as he posted a “call to action” on Facebook this morning that blasts both calls for hearings on the Tulsa Equality Indicators and Mayor Bynum’s plan for the creation of an Office of Independent Monitor (OIM), which would serve as a civilian oversight board for law enforcement in the city of Tulsa.
Tulsa Black Officers Coalition “embraces” Mayor Bynum’s plan for policing oversight, saying it will “continue to support efforts for continued transparency and focus on building meaningful relationships with communities throughout the City of Tulsa.”
By: Nate Morris, senior editor TULSA, OK – For nearly ninety minutes, a packed room at the Tulsa Public Schools Education Service Center sat at rapt attention as speaker after speaker approached […]
By: Nate Morris, senior editor TULSA, OK – In a press release on Wednesday morning, Spirit Aerosystems, a Wichita based airline manufacturing company, announced that it will begin a multi-year, $80 million […]
the wind danced with me calling out names of grandmothers i had not known it was a small death laughed the rain drops you didn’t know it would be your last time flying home