Cece Jones-Davis (left) and Antoinette Jones (right) at All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma — Photos by BWSTimes Staff Published 05/26/2020 | Reading Time 3 min 20 sec By Nehemiah D. Frank, founding […]
Justine Damond (left); Breonna Taylor (right) Published 09/24/2020 | Reading Time 3 min 41 sec Editorial by Mike Creef, Social Justice Senior Writer Before I go anywhere with this, I want to […]
Tamika Palmer, mother of Breonna Taylor, looks over a memorial dedicated to her daughter. Brandon Bell/Getty Images Published 09/22/2020 | Reading Time 1 min 36 sec LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Police in […]
If history was thoroughly taught with Black kids and their people’s story in mind, perhaps we wouldn’t have millions of Americans marching in the streets during a global pandemic because of the continued racial injustices we see against Black lives.
“Two of the biggest issues facing Tulsa today are the pandemic and racism. Nothing in Mayor Bynum’s reelection platform directly addresses these pervasive issues.” — from the Editorial Board
Greenwood to welcome Rev. Al Sharpton, Russell Westbrook, Lakeside Band and Le’Andrea Johnson for Juneteenth Celebration
A collective of community-based organizations have united together to host Tulsa’s annual, Juneteenth, honoring the emancipation of slavery. This celebration will happen in the heart of the Historic Greenwood District, Home of America’s Black Wall Street, this Friday, June 19 from 11 AM to 10 PM.
After years of publishing Black voices online, the media company with the tagline “access is the new civil right” is seeking financial support through a GoFundMe campaign to support Black journalism through the production of their first-ever limited-edition newsprint.