Protruding from the mouth of the bullhorn, Dr. Robert Turner’s voice fans the ashes of a Tulsa’s unresolved inner conflict between its Black and White neighbors.
My House is The Red Earth: An Evening With Joy Harjo and T.C. Cannon
Tulsa’s elevation to a metropolitan city is best illustrated by two budding scenes that take place, literally, underground.
In what is considered by some a radical move, the Black Wall Street Gallery invites all of Tulsa to not only grapple with the history of the 1921 race massacre, but also to be inspired by the legacy of the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of the original Black Wall Street.
MisFest, Barth believes, makes a “…really important statement, to see a festival bill with no male artists.”
Written Quincey uses his platform at TED X University of Tulsa edition to perform a powerful original saga detailing the intersection of two lives through art, trauma, labels of behavioral and mental health […]
District 1 Tulsa City Council candidate Jerry Goodwin received a ruthless rebuke from Blake Ewing at Wednesday’s city council meeting. This came after Goodwin pulled what Councilor Ewing considers a political stunt against his opponent, current City Councilwoman Vanessa Hall-Harper — the only African American elected official serving on city council.