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 […]
by: Casey McLerran Weekends Exist For Lovers For Novices For Escapist For the escapism That has been Hardwired Into our Social machinery. Weekends exist To make us feel better About working so […]
For ten years our little patch of land has been a piece of red clay that bakes hard in the sun. That cracks under footsteps. That can’t hold most tender roots while […]
Without partnership schools like Greenwood Leadership Academy, some African American students could end up back in low performing schools that surround Greenwood Leadership Academy. These students, especially African American students, have a higher probability of landing on the infamous school-to-prison pipeline at a lower performing school. Oklahoma currently ranks at the top in the nation for incarceration.
There is so much work to be done, and I am always among the first to admit that we are far from the ideal situation in this city. But I completely believe that we have enough people in our city that care about our kids to make things better.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. symbolically ends at the Frisco Railroad tracks, where it was once nearly illegal for any black person to cross the tracks without permission or permits. Why didn’t the White city officials want to embrace Dr. King’s Dream by extending the street through to south Tulsa?