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Joe Carter and Millwood Falcons

New Millwood baseball park pride of NE OKC

Joe Carter hit a 3-run, walk-off homer for the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993 that clinched the World Series for them. Even people in...
Anna Loarca

“Day without immigrants” strike reaches Okla City

From public protests downtown to the SW 29th street corridor of Hispanic-owned businesses and to the west side, Oklahoma City was a part of...
Silent march - History Center

MLK Day – “We have work to do!”

“We have work to do!” was a persistent theme among the African-American speakers Sunday and Monday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. But...
Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration

Leaders push unity, hard work in response to racism

Leaders opened and closed a series of Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations Sunday afternoon with the same urgent words: “We have work to do!” Oklahoma...
Little Flower bell tower

The enduring 100-year ministry of Little Flower Church

“Little Flower” Catholic Church at 10th and S. Walker Avenue in Oklahoma City still carries on a vibrant ministry to Hispanics. And, it's because...
Manuel Perez

New riverfront park to be named after Hispanic WWII hero

A new 27-acre riverfront park has been established by the Oklahoma City Council. A Hispanic WWII hero’s name will be transferred to it from...
livestock judging`

4-H, FFA youth compete for livestock judging win at State Fair

It’s the first Saturday of the Oklahoma State Fair. On the other side of State Fair Park from the well-known carnival rides, Katy Leard is...

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