ARTS & CULTURE

Jarrod Kopp, Obum UkabamLittle Shop of Horrors, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, TPAC, Graceson Todd, Majeste Pearson, James Burkhalter III, Joseph Wright, Nash McQuarters, Justin Daniels, Jamia Newsome, Alexandria Moore, Elara Ford, Joseph Wright, Terrell Crawford, Josh Yap, Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

REVIEW: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

Dirs. Jarrod Kopp & Obum Ukabam have delivered a phenomenal performance with a diverse cast of creatives

HEALTHCARE

Dr Ayana Jordan, Kamil Arrington, African American Faith, Black Faith, African American Mental Health, Black Mental Health, African American Health, Oversdose, Black Substance Abuse, Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

CHURCHES: KEY TO BLACK OVERDOSE CRISIS

Black folks seeking recovery from drugs and alcohol haven’t always had access to adequate care.

SPORTS

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WSFL SQUAD WINS CHAMPION GAMES

The Women’s Sexy Football League in Tulsa finished the season with The Squad defeating GVO 25-20.

EDUCATION

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$5K TEACHER PAY INCREASE PROPOSED

The OK State Board of Education (OSBE) has approved a budget request to increase state-funded teachers’ pay.

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Spotlight on Florence’s Restaurant A Boley Native Takes Home Top Honors on the National Food Scene

Florence’s Restaurant is the only Oklahoma restaurant to ever receive a James Beard Award. Florence and Kemp went to Chicago in June to receive their honor at the annual Jams Beard Award ceremony.

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Florence's Restaurant & Sam Levrault

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Celebrating 100 years of The Oklahoma Eagle

We published our first edition in the fall of 1922, just 15 months after the deadly attack by a blood-thirsty, deputized white mob – including many of Tulsa’s leading citizens, members of the city and county law enforcement agencies and Oklahoma National Guard troops – against the African American residents of the thriving Greenwood community.

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The Oklahoma Eagle

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Spotlight on Florence’s Restaurant A Boley Native Takes Home Top Honors on the National Food Scene

Florence’s Restaurant is the only Oklahoma restaurant to ever receive a James Beard Award. Florence and Kemp went to Chicago in June to receive their honor at the annual Jams Beard Award ceremony.

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Florence's Restaurant & Same Levrault

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Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

Celebrating 100 years of The Oklahoma Eagle

We published our first edition in the fall of 1922, just 15 months after the deadly attack by a blood-thirsty, deputized white mob – including many of Tulsa’s leading citizens, members of the city and county law enforcement agencies and Oklahoma National Guard troops – against the African American residents of the thriving Greenwood community.

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The Oklahoma Eagle

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LATEST NEWS

PEOPLE, NEWS AND THE PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF TULSANS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO THE BUILDING A GREATER TULSA, EVERY DAY.

918 SERIES

A BRIEF Q&A WITH TULSANS WHO SHARE THEIR PASSIONS AND INVEST IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

LATEST NEWS

PEOPLE, NEWS AND THE PERSONAL NARRATIVES OF TULSANS WHO ARE COMMITTED TO THE BUILDING A GREATER TULSA, EVERY DAY.

Black Teachers, African American Teachers, Black Educators, African American Educators, Teacher Shortage, Critical Race Theory, CRT, Teaching, Teacher Diversity, African American Students, Black Students, African American Education, Black Education, Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

HERE'S HOW WE RECRUIT AND RETAIN MORE BLACK TEACHERS

Only 52% of teachers of color say they’re in it for the long haul, but strategies like loan forgiveness could help.

918 SERIES

A BRIEF Q&A WITH TULSANS WHO SHARE THEIR PASSIONS AND INVEST IN OUR COMMUNITIES.

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918: ABA N. HAMMOND, OUTGOING CHAIR, TULSA'S YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

Aba N. Hammond, the outgoing chair of Tulsa's Young Professionals (TYPROS). Hammond, 30, a business strategist and consultant by profession, is the first Black to serve in TYPROS's chair role.

918: Shenequa Brooks 

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Following McLain Shooting, TPS Explores Heightened Safety Protocols

Recent shootings at McLain High School for Science and Technology and among juveniles elsewhere in Tulsa have left students, parents, teachers, and the whole community shaken and sent school administrators and security forces scrambling for better security systems.

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The Oklahoma Eagle and Adobe

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Tulsa Inventor Promotes Breast Health Through a Better Sports Bra

In 2008, Tulsa entrepreneur Chantelle Lott joined the search for better solutions to “reduce the bounce,” for fuller- busted women. Her primary motivation was to help women improve their health.

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Sam Levrault, The Oklahoma Eagle and Adobe

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Black Teachers, African American Teachers, Black Educators, African American Educators, Teacher Shortage, Critical Race Theory, CRT, Teaching, Teacher Diversity, African American Students, Black Students, African American Education, Black Education, Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

Following McLain Shooting, TPS Explores Heightened Safety Protocols

Recent shootings at McLain High School for Science and Technology and among juveniles elsewhere in Tulsa have left students, parents, teachers, and the whole community shaken and sent school administrators and security forces scrambling for better security systems.

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The Oklahoma Eagle and Adobe

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Chantelle Lott, Bouncless, Tulsa Small Business, Small Business, African American Business, Black Owned Business, Tulsa, Black Wall Street, Historic Greenwood District, African American History, Black History, The Oklahoma Eagle, Greenwood, OKEagle

Tulsa Inventor Promotes Breast Health Through a Better Sports Bra

In 2008, Tulsa entrepreneur Chantelle Lott joined the search for better solutions to “reduce the bounce,” for fuller- busted women. Her primary motivation was to help women improve their health.

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Sam Levrault, The Oklahoma Eagle and Adobe

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FWD: People First

Nearly 2 million people are incarcerated in U.S. jails & prisons. Too often, they are described as “offender” & “felon”. These labels bias the public against criminal justice reform and make more freedom less possible.

Word choices matter. Put #peoplefirst.

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EDUCATION

WE PURSUE THE FULL AND CLEAR TRUTHS ABOUT THE STATE OF EDUCATION IN GREATER TULSA AND OKLAHOMA, FROM K-12 TO OUR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS.

ARTS & CULTURE

THE HISTORIC GREENWOOD DISTRICT AND GREATER TULSA HAVE A VIBRANT AND RICH ARTS COMMUNITY, WORTHY OF DISCOVERY AND CELEBRATION.

EDUCATION

WE PURSUE THE FULL AND CLEAR TRUTHS ABOUT THE STATE OF EDUCATION IN GREATER TULSA AND OKLAHOMA, FROM K-12 TO OUR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS.

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Oklahoma Needs Critical Race Theory 

Republican governors Ron DeSantis of Florida and Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma and their respective GOP-majority legislatures have moved aggressively to ban the teaching of Critical Race Theory in the education system in their states.

ARTS & CULTURE

THE HISTORIC GREENWOOD DISTRICT AND GREATER TULSA HAVE A VIBRANT AND RICH ARTS COMMUNITY, WORTHY OF DISCOVERY AND CELEBRATION.

Jarrod Kopp, Obum UkabamLittle Shop of Horrors, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, TPAC, Graceson Todd, Majeste Pearson, James Burkhalter III, Joseph Wright, Nash McQuarters, Justin Daniels, Jamia Newsome, Alexandria Moore, Elara Ford, Joseph Wright, Terrell Crawford, Josh Yap,

HADESTOWN: A CLASSIC PRODUCTION WITH CONTEMPORARY THEMES

“It is about hope and love, and will love win? Will love carry you through?”

TALK OF GREENWOOD

LEADERS FETED AT WOMEN OF COLOR EXPO

TALK OF GREENWOOD

LINCOLN ALUMNI 23RD REUNION CELEBRATION

TALK OF GREENWOOD

94 BEAUTIFUL CANDLES FOR ELREATHA LEE

BUSINESS

JEREMY JOHNSON: KITCHENTABLE & CATERING CO.

AROUND TOWN: BLACK WALL STREET & GREATER TULSA

DISCOVER ALL OF THE GREAT FILMS, OUTDOOR EVENTS, CONCERTS, EXHIBITIONS AND FAMILY FUN THAT GREATER TULSA OFFERS.

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS ALTARS

Gallery Hours are free and open to the public between 12:00-4:00 pm Thursday-Saturday. The gallery is appointment only on Tuesday and Wednesday.

OUR TOWN

TT was the first local theatre to perform Thornton Wilder’s tragi-comic masterpiece away from Broadway. Eight decades later, we’re honored to return to Grover’s Corners for this moving, life-affirming portrait about small town values and how love transcends everything, even death.

AUTHOR VISIT: RJ JOSEPH

The Black women in these tales are women we all know. The mothers, wives, business owners, creatives, and more, that we see in everyday life. They perform the impossible and hold all ends together.

STUDIO C

When Landry hits the stage you can expect an instantaneously likable, high energy, and rapid fire comedic entity with dimples, and something like a jheri curl.

STORYSLAM: WITH FRIENDS LIKE THESE

Coming soon to a museum very, very close by… Trade-federations? Midi-chlorians? JAR JAR? Not today. Just a classic 80s flick with a hint of Ewok. Join us for Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.

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MOTHER ROAD MARKET'S 4TH BIRTHDAY BASH

Live Music with King Cabbage Brass Band, Charlie Redd & Luna Voodoo.

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS ALTARS

Gallery Hours are free and open to the public between 12:00-4:00 pm Thursday-Saturday. The gallery is appointment only on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER

Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett), Shuri (Letitia Wright), M’Baku (Winston Duke), Okoye (Danai Gurira) and the Dora Milaje (including Florence Kasumba), fight to protect their nation from intervening world powers in the wake of King T’Challa’s death.

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