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It's here...Vegetarian and Vegan DELIVERY.

         OJ and Key of VeggieQ will deliver everything from pizza to burgers to "ribs"...all vegetarian or vegan friendly to your door...home or office.

Call 918.764.6531 or  918.809.7722 for menus.

NORTH TULSA COMMUNITY COALITION           3rd Saturdays 10a

NORTH REGIONAL THD   Tulsa. OK

For over two decades members of the Dunn family, Albert Edgar Dunn, Captola Dunn along with son and daughter-in-law, J. Malcolm and Jeanette Dunn,and a fifth new family member...OSU-TULSA, have worked tirelessly on one cause...establishing a memorial that would, in some way, recognize the accomplishments of Ellis Walker Woods, the first Principal of Tulsa's iconic Booker T. Washington High School.


From the time Woods took the reigns at the new school in 1913 to his death in 1948, as much as he was an educator, he was also, in essence, a sort of de facto Mayor of North Tulsa, an ever growing, bustling city within a city that found itself prospering, but, for decades, without political representation or clout. Woods' former students would take the helm in bringing that representation about and in the 1990s, one of Woods' students, Dorothy DeWitty sat on the first Tulsa City Council.


Groundbreaking for the Dunns' efforts took place on Monday, October 15, 2018 at 11am at the memorial's future home on the Tulsa campus of Oklahoma State UniversitySee OSU-Tulsa video of the event.   

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TAI CHI

For Arthritis Prevention

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PEW RESEARCH CENTER ON GENDER EQUITY @ WORK

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NORTH TULSA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE  

1st Mondays 6p

TULSA TECH 

3850 N Peoria AV  Tulsa. OK

Make a list, download a blank family tree, begin filling in as much as you know, then, get your questions ready for super-genealogist Thom Reed.  Reed, Deputy Chief Genealogy Officer for FamiySearch International will hold a genealogy workshop in the Computer Lab at Rudisill Regional Library in Tulsa on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Noon.  The event is set for adults.  Because of limited space in the lab, please call 918.549.7323 to register.  This event is sponsored by TCCL's African-American Resource Center.    See video of Reed, below, pre-trip to Australia and in Ghana.  For ideas on what to ask and a reminder why you shouldn't wait on charting your past, take a look at CNN host, Don Lemon's emotional journey filling in his family tree (above).


RUDISILL RL Director Keith Jemison and the Friends of Rudisill Regional Library recommend you listen to the audio book (narrated by the author) of Trevor Noah's BORN A CRIME.

​Photos: Trevor Noah reads TREVOR NOAH @Trevornoah, Twitter;  Trevor Noah & mom, Instagram.

"I don't know what just happened." 


Trevor Noah, one of the most famous men in the world, often uses that phrase to describe his life growing up in South Africa.


When the Friends of Rudisill Library Book Club discussed Noah's book, BORN A CRIME, on Tuesday, FRL Vice-President Quoc Vo noted the book seemed as much a memoir of Noah's mother, Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah.  And to Vo's point, Trevor Noah explains his Bar Mitzvah and other moments in his life to New Jersey Senator Cory Booker (watch, right).

TULSA COMMUNITY COLLEGE NE CAMPUS

IS BACK AS ONE OF THE PRECINCTS FOR VOTERS IN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1

TULSA CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS     Wednesdays 6p

CITY HALL 175 E 2nd ST   Tulsa. OK

City Councilors *

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BOOTH SPACES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT...918.596.1470 or 918.813.1164

GILCREASE HILLS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

WEDS & FRI Through January 18. 2019

1919 W SEMINOLE    TULSA. OK

918.592.1235

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OSU Diversity Hall of Fame Inducts New Members
(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Oct. 30, 2018) —The OSU Diversity Hall of Fame recognizes alumni and university supporters who have significantly contributed to the advancement of diversity and inclusion at Oklahoma State University and who have distinguished themselves through their particular field or profession and the betterment of their community. The hall of fame was established by the Division of Institutional Diversity at OSU.

This year’s inductees were Dr. Patricia A. Bell, Dr. Pete G. Coser and Dr. Earl D. Mitchell Jr. Also, Carl Holmes will be a special recognition inductee.

Dr. Patricia Ann Bell, a professor emeritus in sociology, became the first African-American head of an academic department at OSU in 1994, when she began her first run as head of the Department of Sociology. That lasted until 2000, and she headed the department again from 2005-09. Dr. Bell also co-chaired the committee that established the “D” (Diversity) designated course, which was implemented in 2008 as a course requirement on every OSU undergraduate degree sheet. She also co-authored the proposal to charter the OSU Black Alumni Association (now the Black Alumni Society).

Dr. Pete G. Coser Sr. served as the initial coordinator for Native American Affairs in the Multicultural Development Assessment Center (today the Office of Multicultural Affairs) from 1985-2005. He was instrumental in establishing the foundation for the university’s success in graduating the most Native American students in the country. Dr. Coser also founded a number of critical organizations, including the American Indian Alumni Association and the Native American Faculty & Staff Association. He is also responsible for the non-resident incentive tuition waiver for Native Americans, the Big 12 American Indian Student Leadership Conference and Ketchum House, a Native American-focused living learning community.

Dr. Earl D. Mitchell Jr., a professor emeritus of biochemistry, became the first African-American tenure-track professor at Oklahoma State University in 1969. At OSU, he was a vital voice for diversity, from serving as the first adviser to the newly formed African American Society in 1970 to principal investigator of  the Oklahoma Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (OK-LSAMP) Program from 1994-2007. Dr. Mitchell also served as associate vice president for multicultural affairs from 1994-2006 and vice president from 2006-2007. Outside OSU, Dr. Mitchell also served as president of the Payne County NAACP and chaired the Oklahoma State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.  

Carl Holmes was one of the first African-American firefighters in the state when he joined the Oklahoma City Fire Department in 1951. Over his 30 years there, he rose to become an assistant fire chief. Chief Holmes was passionate about equitable hiring practices, promotions, training, operations and how fire departments served the day-to-day needs of their communities. In 1991, he established the Carl Holmes Executive Development Institute to teach real-world applications in the development of future fire service leaders. Since its inception nearly 27 years ago, EDI has served more than 2,000 participants from across the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe and Africa. Chief Holmes is being inducted posthumously, having died in November 2017.

The Rising Star recipients are Jordan R. Knight and David H. Purdie.

Jordan Knight earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from OSU in 2012 and went to word for Phillips 66, where he has held several positions. He is also a co-lead recruiter for IT at Oklahoma State University, the Culture and Networking Chair for the Black Employee Network at Phillips 66, and is very involved with his company’s diversity efforts.

David Purdie, who earned his bachelor’s degree in public relations from OSU, is a senior principal in product manager at AT&T/DIRECTV, where he has held several positions. He began his career at FleishmanHillard.

PHOTOS: Oklahoma State University


CITY OF TULSA  Wednesdays 6p

CITY HALL 175 E 2nd ST   Tulsa. OK

Mayor G T Bynum *

City of Tulsa *

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NORTH TULSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Rudisill Regional Library

1520 N Hartford Place   Tulsa. OK

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North Regional Health and Wellness Center

Free Cooking Demonstrations & Nutrition Education Classes

FRIENDS OF RUDISILL BOOK CLUB

AARP 

3rd Mondays 2p
RUDISILL REGIONAL LIBRARY 
1520 N Hartford AV  Tulsa. OK

  PUBLIC HEALTH MIGHT BE THE CAREER FOR YOU...   

NORTH TULSA HISTORICAL SOCIETY3rd Saturdays 2p

RUDISILL REGIONAL LIBRARY 

1520 N Hartford AV  Tulsa. OK

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MEAT-FREE MONDAY 

foodie TUESDAY

                  See events for Sunday, January 14, 2018 and Monday, January 15, 2018 listed below.

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DR. PAT BELL

OPINION

Wall of Remembrance

Remember all those reminders about making a million dollars less in your lifetime if you don't have a college degree?  But, not often mentioned...

women, even with college degrees are still underpaid, compared to male colleagues.  The gap is narrowing for younger women, but, what you might worn your daughters about, more importantly, is choosing careers that simply pay more.  The Pew Research Center points out the imbalance between men and women, is not in attaining education, but, in the types of jobs they take. Women, over represented in secondary roles and service industries, now make up half of the workforce, but, tend to enter fields where beginning pay is often half the amount for careers chosen by men.

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DAVID PURDIE

Through October, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the end ofWorld War I, Jenks Library invites you to bring your military service member’s picture to the library to place on their Wall of Remembrance.


Jenks Library  523 W. B ST    918.549.7323

JORDAN KNIGHT

TOASTMASTERS     

Thursdays 6:30p

RUDISILL REGIONAL LIBRARY 
1520 N Hartford AV  Tulsa. OK

DR. PETE COSER

TULSA COUNTY/CITY OFFICE RESULTS

 Booker T. Washington's #1 Fan...DR. WOOLRIDGE BTW's new principal @ ALL CITY

FOR STATE AUDITOR AND INSPECTOR

JOHN YEUTTER
LIBERTARIAN


CINDY BYRD
REPUBLICAN



FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

MIKE HUNTER
REPUBLICAN


MARK MYLES
DEMOCRAT

 ONGOING

CHIEF CARL HOLMES

Bronze bust of BTW PRINCIPAL ELLIS WALKER WOODS by artist Barbara Henshaw [far left].

THANKSGIVING COOKING  NOV 8. 2018  6p

BOUTIQUE

COUNTY COMMISSIONER D1  STAN SALLEE  55.31%

​BERRYHILL FIRE PROTECTION D4  RAY LUSK  62.24%

CITY COUNCIL D3   CHRISTA PATRICK  64.44%

CITY COUNCIL D4   KARA JOY MCKEE  52.75%

CITY COUNCIL D5   CASS FAHLER  51.95% 

CITY COUNCIL D7   LORI DECTER WRIGHT  27.44%

DR. EARL MITCHELL JR.

US SENATOR CORY BOOKER interviews Daily Show Host & comedian, TREVOR NOAH

ELLIS WALKER WOODS MEMORIAL COMMITTEE members, Barbara Thompson, Ward Duckett,  Captola Dunn, Julius Pegues and J. Malcolm Dunn.

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Get to DOWNTOWN TULSA early on Monday, November 12, to save your seat for the 11 am start time for TULSA'S ANNUAL VETERANS DAY PARADE. 


Salute your favorite branch, hear Tulsa Public Schools' bands march their ROTC contingents along the route and say THANK YOU to centuries of dedication and service. 


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The FRIENDS OF RUDISILL REGIONAL LIBRARY meet quarterlly with the goal of providing assistance to Tulsa's Rudisill Regional Library with materials, events collections and activities.


For information on joining contact Keith Jimeson @ 918.549-7645.

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CHRIS POWELL
LIBERTARIAN

KEVIN STITT
REPUBLICAN


DREW EDMONDSON
DEMOCRAT


RANDY ROGERS BAND @ CAIN'S BALLROOM  7P

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NEW ANNUAL EVENT IN TULSA

Focusing on adoption, immunizations, eye screenings and resources for your overall health,  LACY PARK COMMUNITY CENTER in North Tulsa and ONE CHURCH, ONE CHILD will sponsor their first annual COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR on Saturday, November 17, 2018.  The free event will include "entertainment and much more."


KEEPING YOUR FAMILY HEALTHY AND SAFE

The Eastern Oklahoma Black Nurses Association, One Church One Child (adoptions), the Tulsa Black Officers Coalition, Tulsa County Sheriff's Office and Tulsa Fire Department will participate.


FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

MATT PINNELL
REPUBLICAN


ANASTASIA A. PITTMAN
DEMOCRAT

IVAN HOLMES
INDEPENDENT

On 2 Thursday nights every month the North Regional Health and Wellness Center on MLK BLVD in Tulsa goes above and beyond with free healthy cooking demos that always end in one delicious meal.  And...the 2nd best part...you leave with all the secrets on how to prepare everything from family picnics to Thai classics at home.

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THOM REED 

Deputy Chief Genealogy Officer FAMILYSEARCH INTERNATIONAL


FOR STATE TREASURER

  • RANDY MCDANIEL
    REPUBLICAN
  • CHARLES DE COUNE
    INDEPENDENT


FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

  • JOY HOFMEISTER
    REPUBLICAN
  • JOHN COX
    DEMOCRAT
  • LARRY HUFF
    INDEPENDENT


FOR COMMISSIONER OF LABOR

  • LESLIE OSBORN
    REPUBLICAN
  • FRED DORRELL
    DEMOCRAT
  • BRANDT DISMUKES
    INDEPENDENT

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RUDISILL REGIONAL LIBRARY 

1520 N Hartford AV  Tulsa. OK

OK State Senator Kevin Matthews *

KEVIN MATTHEWS Facebook *

TULSA'S VETERANS DAY PARADE 2018

Trevor Noah reading his book...You should read it, too.

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FOR INSURANCE COMMISSIONER

GLEN MULREADY
REPUBLICAN


KIMBERLY FOBBS
DEMOCRAT


FOR CORPORATION COMMISSIONER

BOB ANTHONY
REPUBLICAN


ASHLEY NICOLE MCCRAY
DEMOCRAT


JACKIE SHORT
INDEPENDENT

To Save a Seat...
contact Terri Snodgrass (tsnodgrass@tulsa-health.org or call 918-595-4419) or
register online at tulsa-health.org/cookingclasses

Tulsa Health Department
North Regional Health and Wellness Center

5635 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd  

THE MOST IMPORTANT TALK TO HAVE WITH YOUR DAUGHTER NOW

NOVEMBER 6 ELECTION RESULTS Winners Highlighted 

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African-American Genealogy Workshop With Thom Reed

Rudisill Regional Library - Computer Lab
Thursday, November 08: 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Registration is required. Class size is limited.

Call 918-549-7323 to register.

LACY PARK COMMUNITY CENTER & ONE CHURCH ONE CHILD

1ST ANNUALCOMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR

.                                                 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 2018

                                                      10a-3p 

                                                                                                                                  

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 LACY PARK COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR  SAT  NOV 17. 2018 

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LACY PARK COMMUNITY CENTERis located at 2134 North Madison Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

OK...2 things I have to admit off the bat...one, I'm a vegetarian, so I can't tell you about the Bourbon Chicken, Hot Pepper w/ BeefMongolian w/ PorkBoneless Spare Ribs or most of the items on the daily "Lunch Special" any 4 items buffet.


But, two, I can tell you the best Broccoli in Garlic Sauce I've had anywhere in the world is right around the corner from you if you are fortunate enough to live anywhere near the corner of Pine and Sheridan in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


I've also been told, by a wonton aficionado that the Fried Wontons at Dragon Express are the best on the planet.


So, in short...though, once I find it on a menu, I rarely venture away from the meal I LOVE...to try other offers (so it's almost always Broccoli in Garlic Sauce for me)...I have it on great authority that you won't go wrong choosing any one of your all-time favorite combos.


The Vegetable Fried Rice...filled with vegetables and mushrooms, the Lo Mein, like everything else I have tried, indescribably delicious...and, take me back to Manhattan, they deliver.


DRAGON EXPRESS

6505 E Pine St, Tulsa, OK 74115

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