Why would you subject your own people to more economic oppression and health disparities by voting to approve the new Dollar General, while the black community vociferously opposes it?
“Imagine a relationship between a race of people who have endured slavery, terror, and decades of institutional racism, exemplified by Jim Crow laws, culminating in the current mass incarceration epidemic and a political party who takes their struggle and votes for granted.” – Khalil Hakim
Rogers County Sheriff Publicly Gives Opinion Before Trial: Institutional Racism at Work, We Want to Hear From You
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 […]
African American Federation Approved by Local Democratic Party Committees: Interview with Canada Ali
“Show them that we are serious and get more African American leadership in the Democratic Party.”
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.