With ‘race’ being an inescapable factor in the conversation of justice in America, it is irresponsible to omit the racial demographics of those incarcerated.
With ‘race’ being an inescapable factor in the conversation of justice in America, it is irresponsible to omit the racial demographics of those incarcerated. On the Department of Corrections website, there is no place where you can see the total numbers of incarcerated individuals by their race, despite this information being available on each individual’s profile, along with height, weight, hair color, and eye color.
OPINION | by Angela Graham As white folks, we have had a lot of opportunities to address racism in Tulsa, especially in the past few weeks. Unfortunately, our responsibility to […]
Since last Saturday’s racialized attacks in Charlottesville, a petition calling for the name change has collected over 4,000 signatures.
The unspoken racial tension this town has been dealing with since the 1921 Tulsa Massacre is the elephant in the room when it comes to suspensions, and TPS needs to address it head-on.
Oklahoma Policy Markers are branding middle- and low-income African-Americans students as second class citizens so they can maintain the long lasting status quo of white superiority in the state.
Officer Betty Shelby resigned today from the Tulsa Police Department today.