An Extensive Survey of North Tulsa and its Vibrant History TULSA, Okla. — As we rapidly approach the centennial of the most devastating act of racial terror in our nation’s history, the 1921 […]
For District 1 Tulsa City Councilor, The Black Wall Street Times proudly endorses Vanessa Hall-Harper for reelection, as she clearly demonstrates she is for ALL Tulsans. Not only is Harper the best representative for Black Tulsans living within her district, but for Black lives dwelling beyond her district’s borders.
The Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (TEDC) breaks ground on Oasis Fresh Market, a long-awaited grocery store for the North Tulsa community. The grocery store will greatly increase access for residents to buy higher quality food.
On Thursday, June 3th, Tulsa Dream Center (TDC) reached an incredible milestone. That was the day that a total of 2,897,532 free meals were served, nearly 3 million, cumulatively, to North Tulsans. What a blessing to the community!
The iconic AME Greenwood church has a long history of pulling together to help its community overcome great odds.
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.