On a warm summer night in Greenwood, City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper (left) finds good reason to smile. She celebrates bringing the Black Wall Street Fair to her beloved community of North […]
By: Nate Morris On Monday evening, Mayor G.T. Bynum sent a letter to city councilors informing them that he would veto the spray paint ordinance passed on July 18, 2018. In his […]
Written in collaboration by community leaders Rev. Gerald Davis and Laura Bellis, Nate Morris and members of The United League for Social Action (TULSA) www.weareTULSA.org “Where you go is up to you. […]
This ordinance is in no way aligned with the mayor’s vision for “One Tulsa” or the “Resilience Plan” his office recently released.
Because of this, the editorial board of The Black Wall Street Times urges Mayor G.T. Bynum to veto the ordinance when it comes before him this week.
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.