Week of Events
Early Oklahoma: Black Hope/Black Dreams exhibition
Early Oklahoma: Black Hope/Black Dreams features the accomplishments of three individuals who had a vision for greater opportunity and equality for themselves and others. Edward (Edwin) Preston McCabe arrived in Oklahoma Territory in 1889. He was experienced in finance, law, land development and politics. McCabe sought a place where African Americans could establish their own […]
Hear from a panel of Black-identified artists and creatives who will share their experiences and what it means to them to create. Charcuterie will be served.
Kick off Black History Month with a new documentary about the legendary life of Harriet Tubman, who repeatedly risked her life to help other African Americans out of slavery. TU professor Kristen Oertel will host a discussion afterward over peach cobbler from Wanda J’s.
CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.
Onikah Asamoa-Caesar, owner and founder of Fulton St. Books, will share her story and discuss the importance of opening a book store in North Tulsa.
Note: This event is postponed. Please check back for rescheduling information. In Becoming Disabled: Forging a Disability View of the World, Jan Doolittle Wilson describes how becoming disabled is to forge a new consciousness, one that challenges ableist discourses and systems and creates alternative meanings that understand disability as a valuable human variation. Using an […]
CANCELLED Join TU's Office for Diversity, Equity and inclusion and former Black Panther Party member Elmer Dixon to watch the blockbuster film Judas and the Black Messiah either from your own device on Amazon Prime Watch Party or in the DEI Office. The film explores the history and current relevance of the Black Panther Party, […]