Private sector employers and organizations stress the need for employees with higher education degrees.
“We, as women, are told repeatedly that our experiences aren’t valid, our votes don’t count and we can’t make a difference,” Horn said.
“If we aren’t willing to confront that we have suffering right under our noses, we are doing a huge disservice to our fellow citizens,” Mélon said.
Most Oklahomans have little to no sympathy or empathy for the megawealthy, high-rolling energy barons who have been living high on the hog.
Workers in restaurants and bars have long enjoyed a safe, welcoming atmosphere where everyone can do good work and just be themselves.
“When you have a minority group who are targeted by hate crimes and violence, it is the duty of the government and elected officials to step up and show respect to that community,” Stevenson said.
Oklahoma needs two things: a relevant energy industry and an infrastructure that gets the energy to the people who are going to use it.
I want to agree with Oklahoma Gazette Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Chancellor’s May 14 statement on public radio that Oklahoma City’s investments in infrastructure help level the playing field between rich and poor. The MAPS accomplishments are revitalizing OKC, now the envy of hundreds of American cities. True, most improvements benefitted our downtown and the bankers and…
There’s no doubting the Oklahoma City Thunder has had a good impact on the economy downtown.
Sadly, Tulsa has the 7th worst pay gap in the country.