Greenwood Leadership Academy (GLA ), a Tulsa Public Schools (TPS) partnership school serving TPS students, and the Met Cares Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to building exceptional schools, strong economic development and robust community engagement in North Tulsa, held their first GLA 5K and Fun Run on the morning of Saturday, November 2, 2019, that took walkers and runners through the beautiful, rolling hills in the Gilcrease neighborhood.
Organizers in Oklahoma’s second-largest city will hold a march against white supremacy.
In partnership with Duet Jazz, Circle Cinema will present the screening of “Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool.
People Not Politicians travels to 10 cities to share why their new ballot initiative is critical in giving power to the people.
A witness says the man produced a handgun without warning and possibly fired one round at officers before as many as three officers fatally shot him.
Current Oklahoma law allows members of the state Legislature to redraw their own districts behind closed doors, and without any oversight or input from the public. Essentially, this allows Oklahoma politicians to hand-pick their own voters.
Black Oklahoma students scored 29-percent lower than White Oklahoma students in Science and 25-percent lower in Math.