“The Tulsa Responds Task Force’s goal is to help organizations successfully apply for relief funding. We are here to help Tulsa bounce back as fast as possible by guiding local small businesses and nonprofits through the various assistance programs,” said Rose Washington, chief executive officer of Tulsa Economic Development Corporation.
Tulsa Community College announces summer classes will move to online and distance learning following its decision to shift classes for the current semester.
The fund will support Tulsa restaurant and food & beverage workers impacted by the Covid-19 shut down of local restaurants.
The Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa, Magic City Books and PEN America announce the third annual Tulsa LitFest is set for April 16-19, 2020 at locations across downtown Tulsa.
A few months and a year shy the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, and archaeologists will finally excavate one of the possible mass grave sites presumed to hold some of its 300 murdered and lynched victims.
What happened last Saturday night is not unusual in Tulsa, but that does not mean that it is something to accept and embrace. Instead of more upstream solutions like the Rapid Response Team being there to serve as a bridge to services, the police, an entity downstream of many systemic oppressions and failures, was present and did what they could to help in the moment, while ultimately arresting her later.
The Julius Jones Coalition will host a social justice meeting at the Historic Vernon Chapel AME in Greenwood.