Black community leaders in Tulsa said they fear a large rally by President Donald Trump in the city this weekend could spark violence, and the state’s governor asked Trump not to visit the site of a race massacre where up to 300 black residents were killed by white mobs in 1921.
Tulsa’s Greenwood District is home to America’s original Black Wall Street.
The Public Oversight Committee for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Graves Investigation will meet on Monday, Dec. 16, 5:30 p.m. at Carver Middle School.
Onikah Asamoa-Caesar hosts Fulton Street Books and Coffee Pop Up at Mother Road Market on Route 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
LaRose, authored by Louise Erdrich, breeches the ago old question; Can we sacrifice enough to make another whole? The Iron family and the Ravich family are friends, neighbors, and family living a […]
“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 […]
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