By: Editorial Board East Tulsa is one of the most diverse areas of the city, and for a time has been an area of the city where the voices of many of […]
Community leaders sent out the following press release detailing a press conference in opposition to a Tulsa County Sherriff’s Office/CLEET class being taught by Officer Betty Shelby this coming Tuesday, August 28th: […]
“I’ve always wrote my own songs. It hasn’t always been a thing where I record them…” Branjae started performing and recording her own material in 2008. “Tulsa has a reputation as a […]
Terence Crutcher Foundation’s 2018 Honoree, Vanessa Hall-Harper is the People’s Choice Candidate for District 1
On a warm summer night in Greenwood, City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper (left) finds good reason to smile. She celebrates bringing the Black Wall Street Fair to her beloved community of North […]
The MVP Foundation is recruiting 100 positive and stable men to help us inform, inspire, and empower our mentees during our annual Manhood 101 Conference. The conference is scheduled for Friday, November, 16, 2018 from 8:00am-6:00pm. Lunch and T-Shirt will be provided for first 50 men that register.
The word on the street is: Tulsa Public Schools’ newest addition, the public Montessori at Emerson Elementary in north Tulsa, will inevitably become gentrified. A community mostly composed of lower-income black and brown families have good reason to be concerned if TPS isn’t serious about hiring teachers of color and if it doesn’t put equity policies into place that ensure a Montessori choice is an option for low-income students of color.
The district includes the following schools: Booker T. Washington High School, Carver Middle School, Will Rogers College Junior High and High School, and Kendall-Whittier, McKinley, Mitchell, Owen, Sequoyah, and Springdale elementary schools.