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Oklahoma City Pride Alliance event to launch Pride Month Tuesday, June 1

Oklahoma City Pride Alliance is kicking off Pride Month Tuesday, June 1 with a public, in-person ceremony in downtown Oklahoma City.
Union War Dead

Memorial Day remembrances cut across cultural lines in divided country

This year's Memorial Day remembrances on Monday seemed stark in cultural lines crossed during a time of the country's deep divisions.
Governor Kevin Stitt

Stitt signs HB1775 prohibiting certain types of teaching about race

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 1775 that will prohibit public schools colleges from teaching "Critical Race Theory."

Local Asian, city, state leaders join for ‘Stop AAPI Hate’ vigil in OKC

Local Asian leaders, City of Oklahoma City officials, and state leaders led a vigil Wednesday to stop hate of AAPI people.

Judge orders Pride Alliance cannot use “OKC Pride” — only original org

The Oklahoma City Pride Alliance can no longer use the original and familiar "OKC Pride" brand phrase and logo per a judges order.

Pride vs Pride — OKC LGBTQ2S+ groups prepare for court duel

Former leaders in the former OKC Pride, Inc. are suing the current OKC Pride Alliance, Inc. to get the name, logo, and assets back.
Nappy Roots Bookstore

Nappy Roots Bookstore gains new life on first day of Black History Month

Eastside OKC's Nappy Roots Bookstore was facing eviction right before Black History Month. But, True Sky Credit Union stepped up to help.
Silent March, MLK Day 2020

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday events all-virtual for 2021

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events in Oklahoma City will be all-virtual this year including the massive parade. Here are the details.
jail trust

Shove over racial slur in meeting draws introspection from victims

A shove in a Jail Trust meeting January 4 could have resulted in charges for assault and battery but the one shoved has declined.
Market at Eastpoint

The Market at EastPoint represents hope and resources on NE 23rd

The ceremonial ribbon was cut on The Market at Eastpoint, a grocery that will have symbolic and functional value along N.E. 23rd in OKC.