First Americans Museum

First Americans Museum Brings Dignity to Indigenous Art and History

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OKLAHOMA CITY (Free Press) -- Crowning the southern skyline of Oklahoma City with an epic half-dome, the First Americans Museum will open its doors...
Homeland

Eastside OKC Homeland opened – food desert ‘is over’

A food desert on the east side of Oklahoma City has been interrupted by the opening of a new Homeland at N.E. 36th and Lincoln Boulevard.

OKC march boosts tribal sovereignty, justice for Julius Jones, voting rights

The March for Our Rights in OKC Saturday was organized to point out inequalities that still exist in the U.S. and Oklahoma today.
Freedom Oklahoma

Freedom Oklahoma names Nicole McAfee as new executive director

Freedom Oklahoma has chosen Nicole McAfee to be their next executive director. She succeeds Allie Shinn in the post.
Clara Luper

Downtown OKC Post Office now named for Black civil rights leader

The Center City Post Office is now officially the Clara Luper Post Office in honor of the best-known Black civil rights leader in Oklahoma.

OKC Pride Alliance Parade small but enthusiastic in spite of heat, COVID

Though small, the previously postponed OKC Pride Alliance Parade drew an enthusiastic crowd eager to show their support.
Northcare

Attack on Northcare computer network accessed patient health information

Northcare emailed all of its patients informing them that their computer network had been breached and patient records accessed.
lightning

Small but powerful storms cause lightning damage in OKC metro

OKLAHOMA CITY (Free Press) -- Several small storms packed enough punch across the OKC metro Monday afternoon to keep the Oklahoma City Fire Department...
police

Policing – public safety reform listening session reveals concerns and pain

OKC community members expressed their ideas and concerns about policing and public safety reforms during a listening session.
library

Pride month support by Metropolitan Library System praised and criticized

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The Metropolitan Library Commission heard from an unusually large number of public commenters at their regular meeting Thursday.