The history of the black cowboy is particularly relevant in Oklahoma, once known as Indian Territory, that was between the cattle ranches in Texas and the trail heads that met with railroads in Kansas and Missouri.
North Tulsa Community Coalition partners with METCares to increase voter registration in north Tulsa
The NTCC Discrimination & Justice task-force is serving as a convener working to unite individual civic minded groups in the target zip codes to increase overall voter participation by at least 10% in the upcoming general election.
A public school meeting elevates the harsh existence of a divided Tulsa and the unfortunate, long-lasting tale — how two cities persist sixty-four years after Brown v. Board of Education (whereby, TPS integrated in the 1970s) and nearly ninety-seven years after the 1921 Tulsa Massacre.
How does bringing the eighteenth dollar store to North Tulsa close the 12.3-year life expectancy gap between citizens living in North and South Tulsa?