Cultivating Tulsa’s Equitable Future

Middle school children planting a tree.

Plant Seads project, Tulsa’s Carver Middle School and the Dick Conner Correctional Center have together planted seedlings all throughout Tulsa to acknowledge the past and give people a sense that change and sustaining growth is possible.

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An Activity Book for the Anti-Racist

It’s not often that a book covering an issue as serious as anti-racism features coloring pages, crossword puzzles, and even a board game. But that’s precisely what W. Kamau Bell and Kate Schatz have incorporated into their new book, Do the Work!: An Antiracist Activity Book.

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John Brondon

Believed to be John Brondon Share Special Exhibits The Freedom-Lovers’ Roll Call Wall Stories Behind the Postcards: Paintings and Collages of Jennifer Scott Portraiture of Resistance Memorial to the Victims of Lynching Freedom-Lovers’ Pledge Explore Our Galleries African Peoples Before Captivity Kidnapped: The Middle Passage Nearly Three Centuries Of Enslavement Reconstruction: A Brief Glimpse of…

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Jennifer McClellan makes history as the first Black woman elected to Congress in Virginia

Virginia Congresswoman, Jennifer Mcclellan

Democrat Jennifer McClellan has made history as the first Black woman elected to represent Virginia in Congress. McClellan, a state senator, defeated Republican Leon Benjamin in Tuesday’s special election in the 4th Congressional District. She will fill the seat of Democratic Rep. Donald McEachin, who died from cancer shortly after he won re-election in November.

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