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.
“I want all of my fellow Tulsans to know that I see you. To those who have lived their entire lives feeling their voices didn’t matter – I see you. To those who have grown accustomed to not being a priority – I see you. To those who have been made to feel that you weren’t good enough, qualified enough, important enough, never enough – I see you. To those determined to continue fighting despite the deck being stacked against you – I see you. And to those asking yourself ‘how can I do more?’ – I see you,” mayoral candidate Greg Robinson II.
We have to end the war waged by the legal system against Black, Latinx and Indigenous communities at the hands of state sanctioned violence.
“The renewal of this contract is a blight on our city, citizens and police force,” community leaders say.
“The learning line is the difference between people who have access to educational opportunities that push them forward — towards their promise, and for the group of people who do not have access to educational opportunities, this LevelUp initiative actually pushes families from below the learning line to above the learning line, so that they now have the opportunity to make it to their place of promise,” Pastor Dr. Ray A. Owens of the Met Cares said.
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.
Terence Crutcher Foundation’s 2018 Honoree, Vanessa Hall-Harper is the People’s Choice Candidate for District 1
On a warm summer night in Greenwood, City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper (left) finds good reason to smile. She celebrates bringing the Black Wall Street Fair to her beloved community of North […]