Tag: Greenwood

Fulton Street opens for readers and coffee lovers in Greenwood district

Fulton Street Books and Coffee, 21 N. Greenwood Ave., has opened its newest location in the historic Greenwood district. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Dec. 1. Owner Onikah Asamoa-Caesar recognized a number of supporters who helped her to achieve this milestone. It was an emotional occasion and opportunity for her. She teared up from the […]

Labor Secretary Walsh visits Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District

U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh was in Tulsa to tour the historic Greenwood district on Feb. 9. Area college students were invited to meet with Sec. Walsh during his visit. Those students were from Tulsa Community College and its media group, TCC Connection; TCC African American Student Association (AASA), Oklahoma State University, and Tulsa […]

For BIPOC filmmakers, the Greenwood Film Festival tears down barriers

The second annual Greenwood Film Festival (GFF) hosted workshops and film screenings featuring short films and features from BIPOC film makers from June 8-12. As Dennis Delemar, founder of the GFF and a film director, started the Film Funding workshop, various film creatives chatted about the importance of grants, crowdfunding, cooperation with businesses, and the […]

Black Wall Street Heritage Parade remembers the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921

The Black Wall Street Heritage Parade walked through the Greenwood District, starting from the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa (OSU-Tulsa) parking lot and finishing atGeorge Washington Carver Middle School. Organizations participated with floats in recognition of black history, and individuals represented iconic people from Tulsa’s past. 

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