When Economic Development Only Benefits Some: Tulsa’s Struggle with Inequitable Economic Opportunity

by Staff Writer Lindsay Myers We often celebrate when large businesses and corporations are willing to establish roots in Tulsa. Of course, the benefits should not be overlooked because more business generates revenue for our local economy and creates job opportunities. Such an opportunity is why our city fought hard for an Amazon fulfillment centerContinue reading “When Economic Development Only Benefits Some: Tulsa’s Struggle with Inequitable Economic Opportunity”

Following Your Passion: A Conversation with Charity Marcus

by Executive Editor Timantha Norman Black female entrepreneurship has had a meteoric rise nationally, statewide, and locally in recent years. According to a 2018 study around the state of women-owned businesses featured in Forbes, “while the number of women-owned businesses grew an impressive 58% from 2007 to 2018, the number of firms owned by blackContinue reading “Following Your Passion: A Conversation with Charity Marcus”