The Gilcrease Museum will host a thoughtful conversation on the new Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art with curator Quraysh Ali Lansana.
The tour also hosts daily fireside discussions and a startup pitch competition in which $500,000 will be invested from the Rise of the Rest Seed Fund.
Tulsa Debate League is one of twenty-one Oklahoma organizations that are now finalists for a $10,000 award and the title of the state’s top nonprofit, thanks to the prestigious Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence (ONE) Awards, presented annually by the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.
“All my community wants is accountability, transparency, and fairness,” District 1 city councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper said before adding, “Despite what has been said, District 1 is not anti-Police. We welcome good policing. We want to work with our law enforcement. We want to build trust, but we cannot do that without transparency and cooperation from city leadership — from the Mayor in this process.”
Booker’s exit from the presidential race further narrows the once two dozen-strong field, which now stands at 12 candidates.
Every man of color has the potential to create an extraordinary life. The truth is that it’s difficult to accomplish when you are bombarded with stereotypes.
Time and time again Oklahomans have been promised this will be the session for meaningful criminal justice reform, and 2020 must be that year.