He has every right to share that his solution for poor black neighborhoods that are causing these disparities is more police presence and occupation of those poor black neighborhoods. And according to the mayor, as long as the police are nice and respectful in their questioning, it’s all good.
Mya’s consistency in making good grades and ambitions to attend college came to an abrupt halt.
If the chamber worked to get Greenwood listed in the National Registry, the district would receive federal money to preserve and sustain our history — which would promote new black-owned business creation and be a benefit for existing businesses and the community.
Somehow, the cops were more afraid of black, unarmed Isaiah Lewis than they were of white, armed 19-year-old Jackson Morris.
Local Tulsan and commentator SC King writes a powerful thought piece about the often diminished roles that Black and brown characters have played in Game of Thrones series after the stunning ending […]
Op/Ed | By Nehemiah D. Frank People’s intentions will always be judged better by what they do rather than by what they say. All words are superficial until the poker face has […]
The antidote to the economic divide and a return to shared prosperity is a universally available, high-quality public education.