“I told the Chief the poverty-stricken areas are tired of being targeted,” Lane said. “We demand change, and it’s gonna happen one way or the other,” Christian Lane said in an interview with The Black Wall Street Times.
The image of a free Black man has always symbolized a threat to the status quote, a truth the late James Baldwin illustrated in The Fire Next Time decades ago when he wrote…
What I considered minor safety concerns before are now heightened tremendously. An asymptomatic kid returning from their runaway adventure through the woods or streets of downtown Tulsa could release a stray cough that lands me in the hospital strapped to a ventilator.
Members of the Tulsa chapter of Socialist Rifle Association (SRA) are accepting orders and donations for kits of essential non-perishable food items and over-the-counter medicines for families and individuals who need assistance getting through the remainder of the lockdown.
Designed to be an inspirational living and self-care mobile application that serves as a personal guide to mental, physical, and emotional success, Elevate was recently launched in Android and IOS app stores.
While Tulsa’s Mayor attempts to publicize himself as a champion for black massacre victims on one hand and a champion for police on the other, black North Tulsans seeking reprieve from further transgressions by local government will have to use the only effective weapon at their disposal: cell phone video.
Guns up don’t shoot: Oklahoma’s civilian and police gun laws create confusion, danger for black residents
For Black gun owners, racial bias within the police and among non-black Oklahomans make them an easy target regardless of their place in the situation, casting doubt on whether permit-less carry is a law that applies equally to black gun owners.