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2020 Annual Meeting: Tulsa News Clippings

Tulsa News Clippings


"25 Best Things to Do in Tulsa (OK)," The Crazy Tourist:

Jonathan Bernstein, "Why Tulsa May Be the Next Austin," The Rolling Stone (January 27, 2020):

2018 USA Today Best New Attraction award for Tulsa's park, "The Gathering Place":

Karen Heller, "A billionaire’s quirky quest to create a mecca for Bob Dylan fans. In Tulsa, Oklahoma," The Washington Post (October 12, 2017):

"The Center of the Universe: An Acoustic Anomaly with a Mysterious Cause," Atlas Obscura,


"We Found Tulsa's Best Pizza Slices," Tulsa World (December 13, 2019):

Ashley Ellis, "Tulsa Makes PETA's Top Ten List of Vegan-Friendly Cities," KTUL News (November 15, 2019):

Liza Weisstuch, "Tulsa is in the Throes of a Dining Renaissance," The Boston Globe (September 2, 2019):

Supreme Court Ruling on Native American Land

Orion Donovan-Smith, "Inland Northwest tribal leaders, lawyers praise a key Supreme Court decision on tribal sovereignty,"  The Spokesman Review (July 9, 2020):

A.P., “Large Section Of Oklahoma Remains Tribal Land, SCOTUS Rules,” OPB (July 9, 2020):

Nora McGreevy, “What a New Supreme Court Decision Means for Native American Sovereignty,” Smithsonian Magazine (July 10, 2020):

Brooklyn Wayland and Nina Golgowski, “Supreme Court Rules Eastern Oklahoma Land is An Indian Reservation,” HuffPost (July 9, 2020):

“Supreme court declares large part of east Oklahoma to be Native American land,” The Guardian (July 10, 2020):

Laurel Wamsley, “Supreme Court Rules that About Half of Oklahoma is Native American Land,” NPR (July 9, 2020):

Tulsa Race Massacre

Megan Gannon, "Unearthing the True Toll of the Tulsa Race Massacre," Atlas Obscura (June 1, 2020):

"Tulsa World editorial: Zarrow fund to commemorate race massacre victims is 'what racial justice looks like,'" Tulsa World (June 24, 2020):

Maggie Astor, "What to Know About the Tulsa Greenwood Massacre," The New York Times (June 20, 2020):

Abby Phillip and Kate Sullivan, "Descendants of Tulsa's 1921 race massacre seek justice as the nation confronts a racist past," CNN (June 18, 2020):

Scott Pelley, "Greenwood, 1921: One of the Worst Race Massacres in American History," CBS News (June 14, 2020):

Michael Wikerson, "The Tulsa Lynchings of 1921: A Hidden Story," Barrister Studios (May 31, 2000)  

DeNeen L. Brown, " A White Republican Mayor Seeks the Truth about Tulsa's Race Massacre a Century Ago,"  The Washington Post  (March 13, 2020):

Debra Adams Simmons, "Should a Horrible Past be Exhumed?" National Geographic Newsletter (February 10, 2020):

Russell Cobb, "Shifting Collective Memory in Tulsa," The New York Times (February 11, 2020):

Jennifer Vineyard, "'Watchmen' Opened With the Tulsa Race Riot, Here's What to Read About It," The New York Times (Oct. 21, 2019):

Allison Keyes, "A Long-Lost Manuscript Contains a Searing Eyewitness Account of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921," Smithsonian Magazine (May 27, 2016):

Other Community News and Issues

Janell Ross, "How Tulsa, Oklahoma, mirrored a fractured nation during Trump's rally," NBC News (June 23, 2020):

Victor Luckerson, "How a City Fought Runaway Capitalism and Won," The New York Times (November 15, 2019):

Patricia Leigh Brown, "Transforming Tulsa, Starting with a Park," The New York Times (August 10, 2018):


Mary Noble, "Black-owned business guide," TulsaPeople (June 2, 2020):

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