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Iran national team refuses to sing national anthem at World Cup
Written By: Deon Osborne (NATIONAL) Even as everyone from children to high-profile celebrities risk detainment or death for speaking out against the Iranian regime, members of the Iran...
“Oaklawn” documentary depicts Tulsa’s 1921 Mass Graves Search
Palpable frustration and anger filled the air as members of the community watched the City of Tulsa rush through a reburial of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre victims in July 2021. (Photo by...
New Black Wall Street Business Center opens in Tulsa
Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce Program Manager Joshua Bowers stands next to a picture of the late Chamber President Sherry Gamble-Smith during the ribbon cutting for the Black Wall...
OKC artist views hip-hop as more than dollars and cents
(OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) Chris The God Mc Cain has been a hip-hop artist since he was eight years old. He recalls memorizing the lyrics to West Coast artists like Dj Quick, Too Short, and...
Valarie Harding: From Black Wall Street to the Voice Season 22
Written By: Eddie Washington Photo Courtesy: Valarie Harding (TULSA, Okla.) Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Valarie Harding, 41, is now a part of Team Legend (John) on season 22 of NBC’s The Voice...
Historical marker honoring Greenwood founders unveiled at OSU-Tulsa
Written By: Mike Creef (TULSA, Okla.) A Black Wall Street historical marker was unveiled last week on the campus of OSU-Tulsa paying homage to the founders of Greenwood. Read this story...
City of Boston responds to Patriot Front march and alleged assault
Written By: Ezekiel J. Walker   Photo Courtesy: Stuart Cahill, Boston Herald  (BOSTON, Mass.) Per ABC News, Boston officials are responding to the growing threat of white supremacists,...
Black Freedmen descendants ignored as Gov. Stitt clashes with tribes
Written By: Deon Osborne (TULSA, Okla.) Before Black Wall Street birthed the wealthiest African American business district in the nation, Black people known as Freedmen were once...