Community involvement is what separates “economic development” from gentrification.
Black Economic Expo Foundation The Exchange Center at Expo Square April 8-9, 2017 4145 E. 21st St Tulsa, OK 74114 (918) 280-8214 About the Black Economic Expo Economic Expo (BEE) is a diverse event […]
Until an African American commission is created, the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce is the only microphone for our community’s needs and concerns, which means a crucial requirement of being a board member should be representation of the community.
“His actions dictated my actions,” Officer Shelby stated.
Published 04/02/2017 | Reading Time 2 min 49 sec By BWSTimes Staff If criminal justice reform doesn’t occur in the chambers of the State Capital, incarceration rates will inevitably swell in Oklahoma. […]
Language is a powerful tool that Black America must learn to master in order to awaken and escape from the jaws of latency; hence, a black intellectual renaissance is needed for Black youth and Black America, as a whole.