“Due to the current economic climate and social distancing practices, many college students in Oklahoma have lost internship opportunities that they worked hard to secure,” said Brandon Oldham, program officer at George Kaiser Family Foundation.
Terence Crutcher Foundation offers free meals to healthcare heroes, first responders and city sanitation workers
The Terence Crutcher Foundation is partnering with District 1 City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper and the George Kaiser Family Foundation in offering free lunches at various North Tulsa, Black-owned restaurants on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week.
“The Tulsa Responds Task Force’s goal is to help organizations successfully apply for relief funding. We are here to help Tulsa bounce back as fast as possible by guiding local small businesses and nonprofits through the various assistance programs,” said Rose Washington, chief executive officer of Tulsa Economic Development Corporation.
Tulsa’s signature event at SXSW once again be the Tulsa Music Showcase, to be held the evening of March 19 at Augustine on Rainey Street. The showcase will feature Tulsa’s own Branjae Jackson.
The Black UpStart, a rapidly growing organization that teaches aspiring Black entrepreneurs how to start thriving, sustainable and profitable businesses, held its second boot camp to help reenergize and restimulate Black Wall Street.
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