Time and time again Oklahomans have been promised this will be the session for meaningful criminal justice reform, and 2020 must be that year.
Low enrollment and inadequate educational funding for the state have made running Oklahoma’s second-largest school district much difficult than previous decades.
In 2003, my beloved brother shot himself with a gun. He did not make it. His death took an immense toll on my mother, my family members and me. Gun violence has permanently altered my life.
Tulsa’s Greenwood District is home to America’s original Black Wall Street.
“I’m running on America’s Promise,” Kojo Asamoa-Caesar said.
Onikah Asamoa-Caesar hosts Fulton Street Books and Coffee Pop Up at Mother Road Market on Route 66 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Mr. Asamoa-Caesar says he chose to read “Green Pants” for story time because he was inspired by his godson Jaden, 9, and nephew Kenyon, 7.