On the eve of the 99th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, hundreds of residents peacefully demonstrate in a community-wide call for justice and reform in the city of Tulsa
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“Due to the current economic climate and social distancing practices, many college students in Oklahoma have lost internship opportunities that they worked hard to secure,” said Brandon Oldham, program officer at George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Published 03/11/2020 | Reading Time 2 min 12 sec TULSA, Okla. — EduRec Youth & Family Fun Center will host a 7-week virtual cooking competition for youth ages 12 to 18. The competition […]
There are three things I refer to often when talking about what the Census supports: schools, roads, and hospitals. They seemed like parts of everyday life just two months ago, but now, at least two of them are a lifeline for our communities around the country.
“While we cannot predict what will happen, we are ready and have multiple plans to help our students succeed,” Dr. Leigh Goodson said.
A section of the historic Greenwood District, initially slated for another project, now becomes a land donation for the relocation of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission’s Greenwood Rising History Center.
“The relationships that I have with my students, staff, and families are irreplaceable, and I greatly miss them. However, I get to see them daily in their own environment on ZOOM,” stated school principal Lynnette Dixon.