Published 09/16/2020 | Reading Time 5 min 52 sec By Orisabiyi Williams, community activist, author and Chair of the GTAAAC After the murder of my son’s father in 2009 and the countless […]
Their one request was that Mayor Bynum agree to a meeting with the same community members who have been calling, fighting and working for change for years. Instead of meeting that simple request, Bynum chose to inaccurately call the peaceful protest an “act of intimidation”.
On the eve of the 99th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, hundreds of residents peacefully demonstrate in a community-wide call for justice and reform in the city of Tulsa
“In seeking to understand what was different, I tried thinking through a few possible reasons why this particular killing [of Ahmaud Arbery] caused so many people to speak up,” Saralyn Olson from Bixby, Oklahoma said.
“I’m running on America’s Promise,” Kojo Asamoa-Caesar said.
Dr. Tiffany Crutcher to interview the author of Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People
The Sheriff indicated he would not meet any of the family’s requests and Regalado’s office issued no public apology to the Crutcher family.