The Equality Indicators elevated that Black residents in Tulsa are five times more likely to be the victims of officer use of force than their Brown counterparts. The report also revealed that White Tulsans are half as likely to experience officer use of force than Blacks Tulsans, which is alarming — considering that Black residents are only 10 percent of the city’s population.
By: Nate Morris, senior editor NEW YORK, NY – A new poll published by CNN this week shows that, for the first time since taking office, President Trump no longer holds a […]
Monday, January 14th will mark the beginning of the fourth week in which hundreds of thousands of federal workers and contractors have been forced to either stay home or work without pay as the longest and costliest government shutdown in United States history continues with no end in sight.
City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper proposes public hearings, concerning disparity in officer-use-of force on Tulsa’s Black residents.
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By: Nate Morris, senior editor WASHINGTON, DC – As the federal government shutdown enters into its 18th day and President Trump prepares to address the nation Tuesday in order to justify it, […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a grammatically incorrect tweet on Monday, President Trump announced that he would “address the nation” about what he calls the “humanitarian and national security crisis” on the U.S. […]