Trump’s Alleged Comments Over Haiti And Africa Is Cruel “He is his own worst enemy, likes to shoot himself in the foot, put his foot in his mouth and is racists,” are some of the comments made about President Donald...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   Garner Lives Matter As Activist Dies A prominent leader in police tactics reform has died in the aftermath of her own father’s death from a banned chokehold in 2014. Erica Garner was the eldest daughter of Eric...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial Christmas in Tulsa north has come and gone for 2017. What are some of the gratitude for our readership? One could start this editorial with what is going on under one’s own roof. After all the...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   It’s the first days into the unknown as the City of Tulsa’s African American Affairs Commission leaves orientation. The group will be at the forefront in confronting important issues for Black Tulsans. Like other Tulsa commissions,...
Tulsa Public Schools (TPS) is confronting a problem that is stickier than most understand. Absenteeism or truancy is clearly a major problem. Truancy and frequent absences always has been, and sure as night follows day, will continue. The problem is how to handle it. The...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial            To be sure, the tragic saga that is the shooting death of unarmed Terence Crutcher, in September of 2016, by then Tulsa Police Department (TPD) Officer Betty Shelby, who was acquitted in his death, has grabbed the attention of the...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial     From President Donald Trump to the teacher down the street, the dirty secret of men using the power of their position, or just physical size, to make unwanted sexual advances on women is being dragged out...
www.nytimes.com By Julie Kraut     It’s Thanksgiving — a time for family, gratitude and historical revision of an indigenous genocide. Unfortunately for many Americans, Thanksgiving has become a time for overeating, followed by weight gain and inevitable self-loathing. But there’s an easy way to...
The Oklahoma Eagle Editorial   It’s not easy to find the solution to a problem which has plagued this nation since colonizers first set foot on this continent. How do you solve unresolved feelings of intolerance, insensitivity, fear, disgust, slavery, genocide,...
www.nytimes.com By DOUGLAS JACOBS     Estifanos Zerai-Misgun, a black Brookline, Mass., police officer, pulled up in an unmarked car and greeted his superior, a white lieutenant. He wasn’t prepared for the response by the lieutenant, who said, as he gestured at the vehicle,...