My heart knows that investing in our children is an investment in the future. I’m excited about Destination Excellence, about the vision of where we can be, and about the opportunity to fight every day as a member of our Board of Education to bring that vision to reality. The commitment to each other to affect progress, make change, and foster success resonates deeply with my own convictions.
In an interview the other day, Florida’s Republican gubernatorial nominee, Ron DeSantis, threw two shots. First he called Andrew Gillum—his Black Democratic challenger —“articulate.” Then he followed up with, “The last thing we need to do is monkey this up,” referencing Gillum’s style of governing and its potential to interfere with Florida’s current progress.
Written Quincey uses his platform at TED X University of Tulsa edition to perform a powerful original saga detailing the intersection of two lives through art, trauma, labels of behavioral and mental health […]
The Sheriff indicated he would not meet any of the family’s requests and Regalado’s office issued no public apology to the Crutcher family.
Black Americans have lost two generations of educational progress since Brown v Board of Education.
For too long, the citizens of District 3 have been left out of the decision making process and denied a seat at the table. On Tuesday, August 28th, citizens have the opportunity to change this reality by electing Charles Wilkes as their next city counselor.
By: Editorial Board Over the past year, Blake Ewing has proved to the city of Tulsa what an immense hole he will leave to be filled on the city council. He […]