It took nearly 250 years and a bloody Civil War for slavery in America to end, and if we don’t make education equity our top national priority it will take another 250 years (and perhaps bloody riots and street wars) to bring socioeconomic liberty and justice to African-American communities.
Song recollects the destruction of Black Wall Street during the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.
The district will hold its Team Tulsa Career Fair on Saturday, April 6 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Jim Sellers Fieldhouse at Edison Preparatory School (2906 E. 41st St.).
The district is looking for sites such as summer camps, neighborhood play and learn groups, community or church activity groups within the Tulsa Public Schools district boundaries that would like to partner with the district by handing out meals to Summer Café participants.
The Latino Law Students Association and an immigration lawyers collective are offering a Spanish Language workshop Friday, April 5th at 6:00PM at the University of Tulsa College of Law.
A 45-year-old white woman was arrested by the Norman, OK, police in connection with the racist vandalism which took place at the Cleveland County Democratic Party headquarters.
A year after Tulsa’s first Equality Indicators report was released, data shows it’s clear the city needs bold leadership and action to create needed change.