TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa Board of Education President Suzanne Schreiber today released the following statement about state budget negotiations: “Upholding the Oklahoma Standard means coming together to serve the greater good, and […]
Tulsa Board of Education President Suzanne Schreiber today released the following statement about state budget negotiation
America’s inability to honestly confront its past and present atrocities inflicted on Black folks are as obvious as the ignorance and bigotry of our current president.
As Chief Chuck Jordan has continued to lack discernment, good judgment, or acknowledgment of a culture of violence of which he is the leader.
I became aware that race is a factor in a lot of issues America faces today. I started to understand. My heart was willing to accept that the normality I’ve grown accustomed to as a white person, is not the same reality POC experience. When I see some white people discuss race, they never have an open mind or heart about the subject. White America has been drinking the same sweet tea for almost 200 years; sure America offers POC sweet tea, but white people get pure sugar in theirs, while POC are stuck with “Sweet’ n ’Low” or some other cheap imitation of sweet America.
“Fashion is a way for you to express who you are! Everyone wears the same things these days, but it’s how you wear it.. that makes you different from everyone else!! It’s important, to have your own individuality… Fashion is life for me!! I love it!!”
Charter schools are public schools. They are an alternative attempt at leveling the playing field and curbing the school-to-prison pipeline, a pipeline that seemingly counts the number of students who can’t read by grade three and simultaneously projects the number of beds and prison space that must be built to accommodate the superficially educated.
As the 1921 Race Massacre Centennial approaches, you will start to see people who have become suddenly interested in Black Wall Street and Greenwood that you have never previously seen show interest […]
“They tackled me over a huge oil tank & continued to choke me out until I collapsed.”
Law enforcement was the cause-in-chief of “the short-lived civil war which turned Tulsa, Oklahoma, into a bedlam on the morning of June 1, 1921
Aware Tulsa, the Terence Crutcher Family Foundation, and other concerned citizens are hosting Tulsa Protest Against Police Brutality on Sunday, October 22nd, at 3 p.m. outside of the Tulsa County Courthouse.