“I told the Chief the poverty-stricken areas are tired of being targeted,” Lane said. “We demand change, and it’s gonna happen one way or the other,” Christian Lane said in an interview with The Black Wall Street Times.
Greenwood to welcome Rev. Al Sharpton, Russell Westbrook, Lakeside Band and Le’Andrea Johnson for Juneteenth Celebration
A collective of community-based organizations have united together to host Tulsa’s annual, Juneteenth, honoring the emancipation of slavery. This celebration will happen in the heart of the Historic Greenwood District, Home of America’s Black Wall Street, this Friday, June 19 from 11 AM to 10 PM.
“I think the fact that the president is coming annoys folks in the African American community just as much as other folks in the community who don’t subscribe to his brand of politics,” Rep. Monroe Nichols.
Okla. ACLU and Legal Aid Services of Okla. files Writ of Prohibition to prevent the location change of court hearings without Notice
“The bedrock of our judicial system is due process and while this policy has the worthwhile intent of allowing persons to maintain social distancing while attending court, proceedings must adhere the very cornerstone of due process by providing people an opportunity to be heard,” said Michael Redman, Interim Legal Director for the ACLU of Oklahoma.
(Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt) By Deon Osborne, Senior Writer Despite calls for action from the ACLU, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has so far chosen not to join other states in extending an […]
The number of actual infections is thought to be far higher because many people haven’t been tested and studies suggest people can be infected without showing symptoms.
Collections to Oklahoma’s main government operating fund missed projections by 44% last month, the biggest shortfall in modern history, state finance officials said Tuesday.