Oklahoma State Conference NAACP Supports Criminal Justice Reform Measure “State Question 805”

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma State Conference National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, (NAACP) announced…

Last Month

First Black Is Named Chairman Of Georgia Association of Broadcasters AUGUSTA, Ga.—Velvet L. Perry, vice president…

At Langston

Ceremonies Held Today For Signing LANGSTON—Agreement-signing ceremonies will be held today by Langston University and the…

Grocery Site Is Set to Be Razed

Beautification Plans Made For Area The longtime grocery store site that previously housed a Buy for…

Legislator Files

Minority Entrepreneurship Initiative Pushed by Bill State Sen. George E. Young Sr. (Dem., Oklahoma City) has…

Third Annual Black Health Matters Conference Explores Racial Disparities and ‘Community Empowerment’

Harvard’s Black Health Matters Conference hosted its third annual conference this weekend with a series of…

In February History Programs Planned

Black History Month will be celebrated throughout next month by the Metropolitan Library System. Programs will…

New Study Black Women Who Dye or Straighten Hair Said at Risk for Breast Cancer

New research featuring over 46,000 women in the United States has revealed potentially worrying links between…

Habitat Director, Pastor Speakers at King Breakfast ‘Unity’ Is the Theme of an Annual Event

MIDWEST CITY—The director of the Central   Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity program, as well as a…

Renaming Post Office Horn’s Bill to Honor Luper

WASHINGTON—A bill authored by U.S. Rep. Kendra Horn (Dem., Okla.) will rename the Downtown Oklahoma City…

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