Week of Events
We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship
We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship tells the story of the Cherokee Freedmen community, from chattel slavery’s beginnings in Cherokee Nation through emancipation, and their fight to be recognized as Cherokee Nation citizens. In partnership with the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, this exhibition is on display in downtown Tulsa at […]
Tolerance Poster Show
The Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is bringing the traveling exhibit, The Tolerance Project, to the Sooner State for the first time. The Tolerance Project is a collection of posters created by prominent artists around the world. Each work illustrates the word "tolerance" in the artist's native language and visually demonstrates what that word means […]
A Story of Bones Screening Join the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as they partner with colleagues at CineCulture, POV, OSU Tulsa, Tulsa Community College, Circle Cinema, and the National Endowment for the Arts to bring you this quarterly film series. The first in the series is A Story of Bones. Film synopsis: As […]
TU Spanish Club meets every Monday at noon in the Oliphant Hall Language & Literature lounge. It’s a laid-back, casual meeting where you can listen and speak Spanish with other learners, native speakers, and professors. Occasionally, there will be Latin-American food provided during the meeting. Join our GroupMe for more information: https://groupme.com/join_group/54461716/yy9TnurV.
Join the Association of Black Collegians and Black Queer Tulsa for an immersive master class on the history and structure of LGBTQ+ Black & Brown Ballroom culture. Three instructors from the organization Black Queer Tulsa will be teaching all the ways you can participate in Ballroom. You do NOT have to be a dancer to […]