The Voice of Black Oklahoma Seeking Radio Host April 27-28
Recognizing the talent and passion within the Tulsa community Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce is seeking submissions for the t-shirt commemorating our 2019 Tulsa Juneteenth celebration. The design selected will fit with this year’s Prince theme as well as represent what it means to celebrate blackness in Tulsa. “Juneteenth”, “Tulsa”, and “2019” will be present in the selected design.
An account of the Ferguson uprising as told by the people who lived it followed by an in-depth discussion with Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker and Reverend Dr. Eric Gill.
“The Phoenix Development Council is doing its part in helping Tulsa reach its fullest potential by sharing positive aspects of visiting, living, working, playing and worshiping in North Tulsa,” said Tracie Chandler
Through September 2019, Black Wall Street Gallery features The Conciliation Series, where a black artist and a white artist are paired for a monthly interracial joint exhibition in an effort to bridge the gap toward conciliation in Tulsa.
Pending the Board’s formal acceptance of Vice President Decker’s resignation and following the guidelines set forth in Board Policy 1102, the Board would consider appointment of a qualified resident from District 5 who would serve the remainder of the term which runs through 2020.
Created in partnership with Oklahomans for Equality and Leadership Tulsa, Lead Together LGBTQ Leadership Program is now accepting applications to Class 1 of Lead Together. Lead Together is the only program in Oklahoma addressing LGBTQ leadership development.