A member of a highly recognized law enforcement institution, Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton publicly offered his opinion before a high-profile criminal trial. Betty Shelby’s trial for the shooting of Terence Crutcher is […]
Organizations, like The National Center for Police Defense, Inc., perpetuate the deep racial lines in the United States with the Federal government’s approval.
Tulsa natives Nate Goodman and Brandon Oldham are two of the many young black professionals that are doing something positive for the rapidly growing community in Tulsa.
Despite the increase in rent, store fixtures and utility services are in dire need of replacement and repair; there has never been running water in D&F Mini-Mart.
The probability of a black male student dropping out before graduating from high school decreased by 39 percent when exposed to a black male teacher.
“Once I saw the potential impact it could have on the community and economic development, especially in North Tulsa, I was sold and said let’s do it.”