Not only did the Black Church give up freedom of speech, but it sacrificed its feet too!
“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.”
Until an African American commission is created, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce is the only microphone for our community’s needs and concerns, which means a crucial requirement of being a board member should be representation of the community.
Language is a powerful tool that Black America must learn to master in order to awaken and escape from the jaws of latency; hence, a black intellectual renaissance is needed for Black youth and Black America, as a whole.
OPINION by Charity Marcus CEO & Chief Consultant of Avenue Consulting Are you not tired, yet? I have only been truly involved in the community for five years and I’m tired. So […]
Education drove a significant portion of the topic discussion. “I believe public education is under attack,” Senator Matthews stated.