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On May 31, 1921, Tulsa’s Greenwood District was thriving — a Black city within a city. By June 1, it was in ashes, leveled by a white supremacist mob. The Tulsa Race Massacre remains one of the worst incidents of racial terror in U.S. history. In six episodes, Blindspot: Tulsa Burning tells the story of a thriving neighborhood that attackers set on fire, and the scars that remain 100 years later. We consider the life of this remarkable 35 blocks of Tulsa through the stories of the survivors, ...
 
Grow With Us is a podcast that focuses on the mission of Talent inTulsa, which connects innovative companies with diverse talent to grow Tulsa into a vibrant and inclusive community. Grow With Us will bring to life the voices of the individuals we help in our work, or who have benefited from their experience with our team and with Tulsa as a city. Join us in our conversations with the people changing Tulsa and setting a precedent for other growing cities and regions.
 
It is one of the most violent attacks in American history, and also one of the least talked about. In 1921, an angry white mob descended upon a thriving community known as Black Wall Street. Over the course of two days, they decimated the neighborhood and killed as many as 300 Black Americans. Bodies of the victims were never recovered -- until now. One hundred years later -- after decades of silence -- a dozen wooden coffins were discovered in an unmarked grave. Now, the possibility of mass ...
 
Welcome to the weekly podcast of Church on the Move in Tulsa, Oklahoma, led by Lead Pastors Whit and Heather George. Our mission is to introduce people to the real Jesus! We believe that following Jesus is an invitation to know God, grow in freedom, discover purpose, and go make a difference. Wherever you are today, our hope is that you would be encouraged, challenged, and inspired to take your next step in your relationship with Jesus. For more information, visit churchonthemove.com!
 
Pub Talk started off with friends drinking a new beer each week and shooting the breeze about crazy news stories, playing games, and generally messing around. It has evolved to a craft beer podcast with some humor dashed in. We love craft beer and enjoy trying any we can get our hands on. We are based out of the Tulsa, Oklahoma metro area and love to support local Oklahoma beer (a scene that is absolutely exploding), but enjoy beers from all over the region, country and even the world.
 
Our purpose at Ablaze is to love God, love others, follow Jesus and to tell others. If you are looking for a church home in the Tulsa area we’d love to have you join us for worship on Saturdays at 6:30 PM or Sundays an 10:30 AM. We are located just north of 51st street on Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow. For more information, please check out our website at ablazechurch.org
 
Deep, meaningful "no holds barred" conversations about the Conscious Life and about what it means to be human.Jeff Krisman has conversations with spiritual practitioners, healers, and teachers about their evolution and about what they are learning on their journeys.He also has conversations with people from all walks of life who have gone through deep transformation who share their life journeys and the most formative lessons learned along the way.There is nothing that is too deep, too dark, ...
 
How To Film Weddings is a wedding videography educational podcast hosted by John Bunn (Redeemed Productions, Tulsa OK) and Nick Miller (Wild Oak Films, Wichita KS). John & Nick have learned a lot about what to do (and what not to do) as wedding film-makers. Our goal is to come along side wedding videographers and help them create better wedding films and succeed in business.
 
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Welcome to Tulsa Talks presented by Tulsa Regional Chamber. I’m your host Tim Landes. My guest on this episode has what I believe is one of the coolest jobs in the city. Lindsay Hutchison is Tulsa Zoo’s president and CEO. It’s a position she’s held for just under a year, but she’s worked for the zoo since 2005, and been hanging around the place her…
 
After Pentecost, when the Holy Spirit was poured out upon the disciples of Jesus, they went forth proclaiming the gospel message the resurrection! This news of Jesus spread throughout the Roman Empire, and as it grew, a concise summary of the core tenants of Christian faith developed that eventually became the Apostles Creed. “I Believe” is based u…
 
Alvin Hall tells the story of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the worst episodes of racial violence in US history - using newspaper archives, manuscripts, oral history interviews, and local experts.For many years this horrific event was suppressed, even Oklahomans didn’t know about it. In the early 20th century, Tulsa was a wild west town whic…
 
On this edition of ST, we look into the upcoming Tulsa Chautauqua 2021, a virtual festival happening next week (June 8th through the 12th) on the theme of "20th Century Visionaries: Catalysts for Change." For this series of events -- which will be presented this year in an online-only format -- five different scholar/performers will offer entertain…
 
Casey Bartholomew talks to Jim Stovall about a startup competition that is held through the ORU Stovall Center for Entrepreneurship, Tulsa being in the spotlight so much lately, the reparations discussion, and Jim's latest column "Compare and Despair".By Pat Campbell
 
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, which most Americans have never heard of. In 1921, white Tulsa residents destroyed the Black neighborhood of Greenwood, OK, in two days of bloodshed, fire, and violence. Anywhere from 39 to more than 300 Black people were killed. We speak with the descendants of survivors and look at…
 
This episode includes disturbing language including racial slurs. In the early 20th century, Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was an epicenter of Black economic influence in the United States. However, in the early hours of June 1, 1921, a white mob — sanctioned by the Tulsa police — swept through the community burning and looting homes and businesses…
 
Alvin Hall tells the story of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the worst episodes of racial violence in US history. In the early 20th Century, Tulsa was a wild west town which became a boom city. But the oil capital of the world was also home to the thriving and prosperous district of Greenwood - nicknamed 'Black Wall Street' by Booker T Washin…
 
Greenwood was a flourishing and prosperous black neighbourhood of Tulsa, often referred to as Black Wall Street. But in May 1921, a white mob descended on the district, destroying homes, businesses and lives. In this Witness History, Josephine Casserly talks to historian John W. Franklin, of Franklin Global, about the story of his grandfather, Buck…
 
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