Oklahoma Progressive Network and Indivisible use social media and real-life interaction to shed light on important issues that affect everyone.
“I hired people of color, for the most part, who didn’t have the training to be a journalist,” Russell Perry said. “I trained them.”
OKCPS’ Northeast Task Force works to develop recommendations for change in northeast Oklahoma City schools.
“The best thing for me is giving them the chance to change, giving them the chance to shine,” Mosley said.
“When you’re in the middle of it, you can’t wait until it’s over,” he said.
“This is my seventh year to be a part of the Omelette Party and donate a piece of art,” said Oklahoma City sculptor Joe Slack.
“My advice to those suffering is to realize they have a biological illness that is not their or their family’s fault,” Laura said. “The only cure to the illness is food. Period. Even if the sufferer is not ‘underweight,’ it’s critical to stabilize eating patterns.”
Black Chamber of Commerce Metro Oklahoma City helps local black entrepreneurs accomplish their goals.
Miillie Mesh, Deanne Brodie-Mends, Jabee, Ebony Iman Dallas, Don Eisenberg and W. Jerome Stevenson discuss the culture of the metro’s arts scene.
Oklahoma City Midtown Rotary Club’s Spelling Bee(r) returns, Paul Zimmerman buys majority share of Leaf & Bean and Caffeine Crawl returns to the metro.