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Oklahoma Supreme Court dismisses lawsuit from survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

Written By: Archiebald Brown (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled to uphold a lower court’s decision to dismiss a lawsuit from the remaining survivors of...

Commemoration Fund awards more than $1 million to organizations supporting underserved, minority communities

(TULSA, Okla.) The Commemoration Fund, now in its fourth grant cycle, selected 32 grantees ranging from innovative youth development programs to organizations providing health care in...

Theatre North’s production presents “STEW” at PAC

Written By: Nehemiah Frank  (TULSA, Okla.) Theatre North presents “STEW” by Zora Howard, directed by Michelle Cullom, for a limited run at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Showtimes are...

Greenwood Cultural Center to Host Legacy Award Dinner Honoring Osage Nation

Written By: The Black Wall Street Times and Nehemiah Frank (TULSA, Okla.) On Thursday, April 18th, the Greenwood Cultural Center (GCC) will host its annual Greenwood Cultural Center...

Transformative Generosity: MacKenzie Scott’s $2 Million Gift to Terence Crutcher Foundation

Written By: Nehemiah Frank (GREENWOOD, Dist.) MacKenzie Scott’s philanthropic initiative, Yield Giving, has named the Terence Crutcher Foundation as one of the recipients of its Open...

Oklahoma returns to progressive roots with minimum wage petition

Written By: Deon Osborne (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) One of the most conservative states in the U.S. moves closer to a possible minimum wage hike after the Oklahoma Supreme Court allowed a...

Okla. Supreme Court allows oral arguments for Massacre survivors

Written By: Deon Osborne (OKLAHOMA) The Oklahoma Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for the two last known living survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre in their appeal...

Oklahoma’s “God Hates Flags” bill bans state from promoting Pride

Written By: Deon Osborne (OKLAHOMA) A bill that bans Oklahoma state funds from being used to promote LGBTQ+ Pride month or Pride flags passed a committee hearing on Wednesday, Feb. 7, in...

Hack the Future Greenwood connects AI with the Black community

Written By: Deon Osborne (GREENWOOD, Dist.) Tyrance Billingsley II, founder of Black Tech Street, will connect Black Tulsans with AI technology to test Large Language Models (LLM) at...

Crossover Community Impact centers youth and families

Written By: Deon Osborne (TULSA, Okla.) Crossover Community Impact, a north Tulsa program dedicated to positively impacting underserved youth, continues to pave a path forward with the...