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Telling Tulsa’s Story

A young African American man stepped onto an elevator on May 31, 1921. Dick Rowland, likely on a break from his shoe shine job, had planned to use the restroom on the fourth floor of the Drexel Building. He and his colleagues had restricted access to public facilities; this was […]


Opportunity for Empathy 5

photo: National Library of Scotland I don’t love the winter. It’s mutual, I think. By the time I manage to haul myself through the holidays, the days are short and grey, and cold. January, I can handle, but I’m bracing already for February. My mood sinks and I hibernate my […]