SNAPS photo journals highlight events in the Tulsa community.

Women of Color Expo - Nov. 9th, 2019

Osage Casino, Tulsa, Okla.

Photo Credits: Anna Fuhrmeister

Scotfest - September 13-15

Photo credits: Anna Fuhrmeister

La Fiesta de Tulsa - July 26, 2019

Photo credits: Sam Levrault

Diana Reyes

Proyecto Insomnio

Don't Tell Dad Festival - 2019

Photo credits: Sam Levrault

Tokyo In Tulsa - 2019

Photo credits: Anna Fuhrmeister

Edits: Sam Levrault

Tulsa Pride 2019

Photo credits: Sam Levrault

City of Tulsa Councilors participating in the Pride Parade were (l-r) Kara Joy McKee (Dist. 4), Cass Fahler (Dist. 5), Ben Kimbro (Council Vice-Chair, Dist. 9), Elizabeth Tankard (On behalf of Jeannie Cue, Dist. 2), Crista Patrick (Dist. 3), and Lori Decter Wright (Dist. 7).

The Lynn Riggs Theatre displays a mural recently completed by ColorPop Art Lab dedicated to playwright Lynn Riggs. Riggs' play Green Grow The Lilacs, serves as the inspiration for Rogers' & Hammerstein's musical, Oklahoma!

Representatives from Tulsa Community College attending the Pride Festival were (l-r) Ramona Curtis, director of Diversity Outreach Programs; David Adams, director of Student Life, Metro Campus; Katie Norman, campus survivor advocate of SpeakUp/Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS); and Dr. Allen Culpepper, associate professor of Liberal Arts and Communication.

Parade participant rides on the pride float on behalf of Tulsa Community College.

The parade concluded at the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center on 4th Street in downtown Tulsa.

The festivities included a variety of tents and booths that took over a large portion of 4th Street in downtown Tulsa.