As soon as the session opened, Republicans tried to halt it.
Published 12/17/2019 | Reading Time 1 min 30 sec By BWST Editorial Board The Black Wall Street Times Editorial Board joins elected officials, organizations and citizens across Tulsa in calling on city […]
He climbed on a sink and dove headfirst at the floor, saying he “wanted to end it and go home.”
The Public Oversight Committee for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Graves Investigation will meet on Monday, Dec. 16, 5:30 p.m. at Carver Middle School.
“I’m running on America’s Promise,” Kojo Asamoa-Caesar said.
‘Remembering Black Wall Street’ license plate event to be held at Lacy Park in north Tulsa.
A massive bronze sculpture of a young Black man with hair-locks astride a muscular horse was permanently installed Tuesday in Virginia’s capital.