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Amid the revitalization of the business districts in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Black entrepreneurs say they are being shut out of acquiring loans, tax incentives and property […]
Alfred Thomas Farrar, a former Tuskegee airman, died on Thursday. Farrar’s son, Roy, confirmed his father’s passing to The Associated Press on Sunday. He reportedly […]
Civil rights activist Bruce Carver Boynton, whose lawsuit helped inspire the Freedom Rides in 1961, is dead at age 83. Boynton’s battle with cancer ended […]
A missing painting by renowned artist Jacob Lawrence has been rediscovered more than 60 years after it disappeared from the public eye. The picture was […]
It’s out of the ordinary to find a durag at Nordstrom, but if you walk into the Bustling Flagship Store, in the heart of Midtown, you’ll find a handwoven three-story-tall durag. On September 17, a section of the Nordstrom store was transformed from its retail floorplan into a thought-provoking space for Black expression through art […]
On Monday, Oct. 19, Oklahoma archeologists and forensic scientists began to excavate an area of a Tulsa cemetery that is thought to be the “Original […]
Sarah Collins Rudolph is seeking restitution from the state of Alabama more than 50 years after she was injured by a church bombing that killed […]
On Tuesday, attorneys representing the victims and descendants of victims of the Tulsa Race Massacre filed a lawsuit against the city of Tulsa. The plaintiffs […]
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), which runs New York’s Bronx Zoo, has apologized for its racist past. The WCS issued a statement on Wednesday, in […]
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