The future of Oklahoma will quite literally be in the hands of those who choose to pick up and fill out a ballot on Tuesday.
Oklahoma imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other governing body in the world. This isn’t by accident, this is by design.
Recently, the editorial board met to build out a fair and effective system for making political endorsements.
These candidates are the first recipients of The Black Wall Street Times All Access Pass.
Civil rights activists reject Farr’s nominations because Farr has led active legislative efforts to suppress political participation of African Americans in North Carolina.
Findings of Tulsa Equality Indicators Inaugural Report Confirm Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice System
(Tulsa Mayor G. T. Bynum | Photo Courtesy of Mvskoke Vision) By Hailey Ferguson This past April, the City of Tulsa and the Community Service Council released the inaugural Equality Indicators […]
Fifty Years After Kerner, the Nation Is Still Separate and Unequal, But It Doesn’t Have to Be This Way
A high-quality, well-rounded education—one that includes mathematics and reading as well as the sciences, social studies and civics, world languages, physical education, and the arts—prepares our children to thrive in college and careers, and as engaged members of our democratic society. And yet, students of color and students from low-income families continuously are denied their right to learn because we choose, as a society, to provide them with less.