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We Are Cherokee: Cherokee Freedmen and the Right to Citizenship

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

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 […]

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First Friday at 101 E. Archer

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

Join us for First Friday at 101 E. Archer and explore our newest exhibition, The Tolerance Project, a collection of posters created by prominent artists from around the world. We […]

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Why study the classics today?

Tyrrell Hall 2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, OK, United States

Join Jennifer Frey and Kyle Harper for a robust inter-collegiate discussion on the Greco-Roman world. From sex, slavery, war, and plagues to religion, culture, and imperial power; why would we […]

CineCulture Film Series

Circle Cinema 10 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK

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 […]

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What is fantasy and who decides?

101 E. Archer 101 E. Archer St., Tulsa, OK, United States

Help us celebrate Danielle Gurevitch and Elana Gomel's new book, The Palgrave Handbook of Global Fantasy! Both Gurevitch and Gomel will participate in a panel about fantasy and their new […]

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Deep Greenwood Community Read – The Origins of Racial Violence, in Tulsa and Beyond

All Souls Unitarian Church 2952 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK, United States

Note: This event takes place at All Souls Unitarian Church. The Tulsa Race Massacre didn't happen in a vacuum – it was seeded by the racial hatred within local government and media, as well as the white vigilantism condoned by law enforcement. This conversation will explore the politics of Tulsa before the race massacre, and […]

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Thinking About the Ancient Greeks and Romans

Chapman Hall 2830 East 5th Street, Tulsa, OK, United States

The University of Tulsa Department of Political Science is welcoming Paul Rahe to campus. On Wednesday, he and Michael Mosher will be in conversation on the subject of Thinking About […]

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