In honor of George Floyd, Terence Crutcher, and countless others who have lost their lives to police brutality, and in support of the Black Lives Matter movement happening globally, we are offering Black Tulsa Lives Matter t-shirts for Tulsan's looking to bring systematic change to our great city.
*100% of ALL proceeds go to the Terence Crutcher Foundation.
**Pre-orders available until 6/20, expectant delivery 2-3 weeks after pre-orders close.
"I don't think that Tulsa's story has been written in stone. People think their vote doesn't matter, but we've gotta tell them it matters."
- Coop, Silhouette Sneakers
While we had some exciting episodes ready for release this month, we feel like it’s best to put those on pause and offer some conversations that can be helpful during this time in quarantine. In today’s episode, Charis calls in Ellen Stackable. Ellen is the co-founder of Poetic Justicethat offers restorative writing and creative arts programs to women who are incarcerated.
With about 700,000 Tulsans, there are things that can be done to bring about systemic reform if we just work together. Our podcast is not just about highlighting important cultural movements, but also having conversations with people eager to make an impact.
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