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Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

Man held in attack on doctor, nurses at California hospital

"A Southern California hospital emergency ward was the scene of a S.W.A.T. team standoff Friday I'm Ben Thomas with the story Los Angeles Police say a man walked into encino hospital medical center in the San Fernando valley asking for treatment for anxiety and stabbed a doctor into nurses They were taken to a trauma center in critical condition Lauren McAllen as a surgical tech at a nearby hospital she tells KA BC They were carrying people out on stretchers One underwent surgery but all three were later listed in stable condition meantime the man holed up in a room for about four hours before S.W.A.T. team members finally arrested him He was taken to another hospital for treatment of self inflected injuries Police say he has a lengthy criminal record including two arrests last year for battery of a police officer and resisting arrest coming just two days after a gunman killed four people and then himself at a hospital in Tulsa Oklahoma McAllen tells kaab It's just disheartening And with all this other stuff going on these days I mean this just really hits really close to home I'm Ben Thomas

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Biden Administration Cancels $5.8 Billion in Student Loan Debt

The Officer Tatum Show

01:52 min | Last month

Biden Administration Cancels $5.8 Billion in Student Loan Debt

"Ladies and gentlemen, you're listening to my guests, Adam kissel, visitor, visiting fellow on higher education reform at the heritage foundation. We're here to discuss the debt forgiveness that Joe Biden has done for the Corinthian colleges. And I was reading in an article with the Corinthian college became one of the most prominent examples of bad behavior. One of the things that they said allegedly are allegations of illegal recruiting tactics, shady education programs and false promises to students about their career prospects and their potential future earnings. Is this a conflict of interest specifically that Joe Biden is forgiving the debt and loans from a university that appears to have been participating in alleged fraudulent behavior and really they've done these kids wrong in many cases. It's Joe Biden putting himself in danger of a conflict of interest here. Well, the Biden administration, just like the Obama administration, has a problem with profit. So they've been going after for profit universities. And not holding nonprofits to the same standards. And in many cases, if you look at the outcomes for nonprofit college student graduates, they're just as bad or worse than as the for profit colleges. Colleague of mine at the Texas public policy foundation has proved that in a number of studies. So the conflict for Biden and earlier for Obama was discriminating against profit and the challenge for Corinthian colleges, which no longer exists, is that they did double cross many of their students and give bad information. So those students should be made whole. And the hard question is, should they be made whole by having their whole student debt forgiven for just the part that really was related to fraudulent? Or other bad actor kinds of activities.

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Why Student Loan Forgiveness Is a Big Mistake

The Officer Tatum Show

01:15 min | Last month

Why Student Loan Forgiveness Is a Big Mistake

"So Adam, Joe Biden, I think this is a pledge. I don't know if it's official, but it's a place that he's going to forgive $5.8 billion in student loan debt, owed by about 560,000 borrowers who attend Corinthian colleges, one of the nation's biggest for profit college chain before collapsed in 2015. Can you give the audience a perspective here? Because when I see these numbers, I say, well hey, what's wrong with inherently wrong with forgiving student loans for people who have worked hard, but can you explain, is this an issue or is this a positive thing coming from the Biden administration? Well, the Biden administration knows that it can't forgive student loans, except in some really narrow areas. So it's been looking for some ways to forgive student loans in those narrow areas and still say that they're doing something. So if you worked hard and you paid off your student loan, then you look at the people who are getting loan forgiveness and you're saying, well, I guess I'm a sucker because I paid my loan off and here's somebody else who didn't work. And they haven't paid and they're going to get $10,000 off or maybe they're hold on forgiven. So it's a real problem for people who are the majority who have been working hard and paying off their loans.

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Why Law Enforcement Is the Best Gun Control

The Officer Tatum Show

00:44 sec | Last month

Why Law Enforcement Is the Best Gun Control

"What legislative action can we take to curb gun violence? I do not, I can not think of a single law that's not already on the books that will prevent gun deaths. And mass shootings, whether it's with a rifle or a handgun. I can think of the application of laws that are already on the books, meaning that how do we get illegal guns off of the streets because they're already illegal. That's not a new law that we need to create guns that are not purchased serial number, whatever the case may be, that's not tracked, that come from Mexico are stolen from people are already illegal firearms. How about we enforce the laws that are on the

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Shots Fired at Graceland Cemetery in Racine

The Officer Tatum Show

01:03 min | Last month

Shots Fired at Graceland Cemetery in Racine

"Another shooting in racing Wisconsin at a funeral home, right now, or at least at a funeral site as a cemetery, not maybe not a funeral at home, but at a cemetery. As the family of a a young young man man named named de de chante chante Lucas Lucas king king senior senior was was being being laid laid to to rest rest after after being being killed killed by by police police in in a a police police dispute. dispute. According to some of the reports, it was involving a, I believe a high speed pursuit at some point in somehow there was a dispute between him and the police. You know, if I was a bit man, I'd bet it involved some guns and other stuff that would have probably resulted in the shooting. And as his family is laying him to rest at the cemetery, there is a gunman that apparently gets out. I don't know if he's shows up on foot or gets out of a vehicle, and he begins opening opening fire on the people there at the funeral site.

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Comparing the Police Response of the Tulsa and Uvalde Shootings

The Officer Tatum Show

01:08 min | Last month

Comparing the Police Response of the Tulsa and Uvalde Shootings

"How people don't know this because many people spend a lot of time saying that they were just sitting in the hallway tilling their thumbs playing on their phones for 40 minutes while kids were getting slaughtered. However, according to the documents, it took them four minutes from the time of the shooting for them to arrive and pursue him into the classroom where he barricaded himself. Now, if you look at the times, it took a police 9 minutes and it took the police and you already about four minutes to respond after the shooting had started. Now, the reason there's no comparison because you've Aldi is a city of 16,000 people and they probably roughly only had about 7 officers at a time on duty per shift. And that's not a lot of police officers. You compared the Tulsa Oklahoma police officers. They're managing 400,000 people and they have over 700 plus officers who are on their police department. So you're talking about a department. If you look at the Yuval, the unified school district, they have 6 police officers. And you go look at the Tulsa police department. They have 700 police officers.

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Multiple People Killed in Shooting at Tulsa Medical Building

The Officer Tatum Show

01:13 min | Last month

Multiple People Killed in Shooting at Tulsa Medical Building

"Hoping to discontinue talking about I was really hoping that I was going to get the opportunity. I was, I was hoping that I was going to have to lay off of it just because I wanted to, not because another shooting has taken the attention from you, where a gunman, 18 year old man with an AR-15, and no it's not an assault rifle, it's an ArmaLite rifle. Went into a elementary school and began shooting indiscriminately. Now we have reports of a new shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma came out yesterday. We didn't have a lot of the information, but if I was a betting man, I'm going to bet you guys that we're not going to hear much about this shooting for much longer. Why is that, mister Tatum? Because the shooter, according to The Associated Press, according to daily wire, the shooter was a black man. And y'all all know black men can do no wrong. And if somehow the police would have shot this man, even after he'd been in the act of shooting, they would have cried racism in Tulsa. Now I'm being, you know, a little bit exaggerated on the point, but you just Mark my word. Let's see how long this shooting lasts. The black

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Biden appeals for tougher gun laws: 'How much more carnage?'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Biden appeals for tougher gun laws: 'How much more carnage?'

"President Biden is pleading with Congress and voters to take action against gun violence My fellow Americans enough in a rare evening address to the nation the president noted attacks in Buffalo He Tulsa where everyday places became killing fields How much more carnage are we willing to accept He's urging lawmakers to restore a ban on selling assault style weapons and high capacity magazines among other steps or at least find compromises like limiting firearm access for those with mental health issues Their steps a bitterly divided Congress seems unlikely to take and if it won't the president says Americans are ready to act I believe the majority of you will act to turn your outrage into making this issue central to your vote enough Sagar Meghani Washington

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Tulsa gunman targeted surgeon he blamed for pain, police say

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Tulsa gunman targeted surgeon he blamed for pain, police say

"Police in Tulsa Oklahoma say a Doctor Who performs surgery on the gunman was among those killed in a shooting at a medical building Tulsa police chief Wendell Franklin says the gunman had back surgery late last month but was still complaining of pain Franklin says the gunman bought a semi-automatic handgun late last month and on the day of the shooting At 2 p.m. on June 1st mister Lewis purchased a semi-automatic rifle from a local gun store Franklin says a letter was found on the gunman Which made it clear that

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4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building, shooter dead

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building, shooter dead

"Residents of Tulsa Oklahoma are the latest people trying to come to grips with the mass shooting in their community I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In the wake of mass shootings at an elementary school in Texas and a supermarket in Buffalo New York word of an active shooter on a hospital campus in Tulsa had people on alert Nicholas O'Brien tells KT UL his mother was in one of the buildings They were rushing people out I don't know if some of them were injured or just have been injured during the shooting but some of them couldn't walk very well but they were just kind of wobbling and stubbly and getting them out of there Andrew Bryan says the shooting in uvalde Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead was on his mind So once I got here and then heard that she was okay the shooter had been shot and was down I felt a lot better It still is horrible What happened Police say four people were killed in addition to the shooter who died from an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound I'm Ben Thomas

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4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building; shooter dead

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

4 killed in shooting at Tulsa medical building; shooter dead

"Yet another mass shooting in the United States On the campus of Saint Francis health system in Tulsa Oklahoma a man armed with a handgun and a rifle opened fire on people on the second floor of a building housing outpatient surgery and a women's breast health center Deputy police chief Eric daglish says police encountered the shooter just minutes after getting the call I don't know how long they're called to come in but it appears as though the whole thing was a four minute or so Times fans At least four victims and the shooter are dead Saint Francis CEO doctor Cliff Robertson Pray for the families and the loved ones and the victims of this senseless act Tulsa follows by a little more than a week the Yuval school shooting that left 21 dead and 15 days since the buffalo shooting in which an 18 year old white gunman is accused of killing ten blacks at a supermarket I'm Tim

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Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

"Gas prices have soared over the past two weeks Talk about pain at the pump has been a 33 cent per gallon jump in the retail price of gasoline in the past two weeks Fuel price analysts will be lumbergh Regular grade is now $4 71 cents and it sits a dollar 61 over the year ago point Around the nation the highest average price for regular is in San Francisco 6 20 a gallon the lowest average Tulsa Oklahoma That's three 92 I'm Shelley Adler

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Pereira leads PGA Championship; Woods withdraws after 79

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Pereira leads PGA Championship; Woods withdraws after 79

"Tiger Woods is three and out at the PGA Championship PGA of America officials announced that Woods has withdrawn from the tournament at southern hills in Tulsa after a 9 over 79 left him 12 over and 21 shots off the lead Woods limped through the round and obvious pain as he continues to deal with the after effects of major surgery on his right leg The 15 time major champion barely made the cut at three over on Friday Thanks to a pair of late birdies in a one under 69 This marks the first time Woods is withdrawn from a major event since turning pro I'm Dave

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

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Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

"Gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices might might might might be be be be falling falling falling falling but but but but it's it's it's it's certainly certainly certainly certainly not not not not enough enough enough enough for for for for drivers drivers drivers drivers the the the the price price price price at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump trickle trickle trickle trickle down down down down a a a a bit bit bit bit again again again again gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline prices prices prices prices are are are are down down down down three three three three cents cents cents cents in in in in the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks so so so so the the the the average average average average for for for for regular regular regular regular greatest greatest greatest greatest for for for for twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four this this this this makes makes makes makes a a a a total total total total drop drop drop drop of of of of nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past six six six six weeks weeks weeks weeks plus plus plus plus you'll you'll you'll you'll price price price price analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those small small small small dips dips dips dips in in in in the the the the price price price price could could could could be be be be done done done done for for for for now now now now for for for for one one one one thing thing thing thing retailers retailers retailers retailers lost lost lost lost a a a a big big big big chunk chunk chunk chunk of of of of their their their their business business business business margin margin margin margin in in in in this this this this period period period period and and and and also also also also consumers consumers consumers consumers seem seem seem seem to to to to be be be be showing showing showing showing some some some some price price price price resistance resistance resistance resistance while while while while the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest average average average average in in in in the the the the country country country country was was was was three three three three seventy seventy seventy seventy in in in in Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa the the the the highest highest highest highest was was was was San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco five five five five seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon I'm I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler Adler

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Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Average US gas price drops 10 cents to $4.27 per gallon

"The the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular gas gas gas gas dropped dropped dropped dropped ten ten ten ten cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks to to to to board board board board dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven cents cents cents cents oil oil oil oil industry industry industry industry analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says LA LA LA LA saw saw saw saw the the the the highest highest highest highest prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump five five five five dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and eighty eighty eighty eighty five five five five cents cents cents cents well well well well Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma saw saw saw saw the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest three three three three dollars dollars dollars dollars and and and and fifty fifty fifty fifty two two two two cents cents cents cents per per per per gallon gallon gallon gallon Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those higher higher higher higher prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump reduce reduce reduce reduce demand demand demand demand during during during during the the the the second second second second half half half half of of of of March March March March if if if if prices prices prices prices are are are are high high high high enough enough enough enough so so so so that that that that all all all all right right right right yeah yeah yeah yeah we we we we demand demand demand demand continues continues continues continues to to to to be be be be weaker weaker weaker weaker than than than than normal normal normal normal for for for for this this this this time time time time of of of of year year year year then then then then we we we we may may may may have have have have more more more more than than than than a a a a few few few few more more more more sense sense sense sense coming coming coming coming we we we we may may may may have have have have sustained sustained sustained sustained it it it it gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline price price price price cuts cuts cuts cuts last last last last month month month month in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to bring bring bring bring relief relief relief relief to to to to drivers drivers drivers drivers president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden ordered ordered ordered ordered the the the the release release release release of of of of one one one one million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil per per per per day day day day from from from from the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's strategic strategic strategic strategic petroleum petroleum petroleum petroleum reserve reserve reserve reserve for for for for six six six six months months months months then then then then last last last last week week week week the the the the I. I. I. I. eighty eighty eighty eighty said said said said member member member member countries countries countries countries were were were were releasing releasing releasing releasing sixty sixty sixty sixty million million million million barrels barrels barrels barrels of of of of oil oil oil oil from from from from their their their their reserves reserves reserves reserves I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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No. 2 Cincinnati holds off Tulsa 28-20 to improve to 9-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

No. 2 Cincinnati holds off Tulsa 28-20 to improve to 9-0

"Yes my Ritter threw for two hundred seventy four yards and two touchdowns to see if P. number six Cincinnati got past Tulsa twenty eight twenty we just go out there and play football and find a way to win my coach which has a wins a win no matter if it's about one point or sixty points on a windows at the end of the day that's all we care about our experts had five catches for one hundred thirteen yards and a touchdown helping the Nainital Bearcats extend the nation's second longest home winning streak to twenty four games Cincinnati didn't seal the win until Steven Anderson fumbled as he was reaching for the goal line late in the game allowing Jaafari Taylor to make the recovery for a touchback Jamari Brooks rushed for one hundred thirty two yards for Tulsa and if any Walken's ran for one hundred five I'm Dave Ferrie

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Variant of Interest ‘Mu’ Found in 39 Countries So Far

Unsupervised Learning

00:21 sec | 10 months ago

Variant of Interest ‘Mu’ Found in 39 Countries So Far

"The who is monitoring new covert variant called mu or mmu can't remember it how to pronounce that lower case. Mu which they're saying as mutations. I give it the potential to evade vaccinations. It's been found in thirty nine countries so far and thanks to antibac- will probably see this one. Takeover from tulsa before too long

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

The Be Atento Podcast

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

"They're getting the money versus that ten thousand dollars upfront in also a piece around homeownership. So we have over the last year. They've developed a homebuyers program which was meant to assist people who were looking to buy home so like a lot of people come in and they're like okay. Let me try it out. Let me you know maybe look rent an apartment or somewhere for a little bit until i figure out the terrain but you have a lot of people to who know they want to buy a house coming in out the gate and so if they decide to buy a house essentially we would give them that ten thousand dollars to go towards that process so so yeah so we did develop that program because we just knew. There was a lot of people that were buying homes. Didn't need to wait for a year to figure out in so we just wanted to with that process. And then you also signed a partnership with airbnb right. And what's the. What are the details of that partnership. So i don't have the details of that part of the question for the higher ups but yeah but i do know that as a result of people coming in and the different housing needs that we've seen we realize also they airbnb was also an option because people still want to figure out or you have some people who want to move but they still want to figure out the landscape over great. They don't want to overcommit. And so airbnb. Kind of gives them a opportunity to have somewhere but also kind of solidify what they wanna be. Be after that that's awesome. Have you guys considered a college version of tulsa remote where you're letting young professionals are just maybe college grads recent college grads common get a taste of tulsa which was what i will call it. Maybe it's not a year. Maybe it's three months or six months or whatever one thing we do know. Is that when you come to most people who come to tulsa like it. You just have to get here. There's not a reason to get here. Most imos cases but once they get here they do like it to something at sticky about tulsa that makes you wanna keep coming back are remained connected with someone here is so have. Have you all considered a junior version of this with maybe a little bit less commitment and allowing young people to come in and kind of fled the city and create an energy and in a pulse on another level..

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

The Be Atento Podcast

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast

"And so when it started bringing people into the city to has just been able to just help at adversity of industries. Just because of where everybody's coming from adding to the diversity in times of the people where they're coming from their experiences skill sets in seoul in terms of the ecosystem bringing in new jobs new opportunities and as people get integrated within the community. It's just gonna continue to just unfold inches help. Some of the other organizations and things that are locally here just get different perspectives. Get more input has helped to create a larger or diverse and inclusive tulsa in a long run. Nice nice so how many people did tulsa remote bring to tulsa that first year and then how many people are now here in tulsa as part of the program so the first year broaden about a total of seven people for that first year in so i think within that first year was definitely probably be piloted to see how things go and initially when it started they got way more applications and things and interests than what was anticipated ten thousands of applications that came in and so it was. I'm sure very hard to decide how many people come to tulsa. And i think even the number that they wanted to bring in was much lower than the seventy but they ended up increasing it just because there was so much inferior so many great people that were trying to be a part of the program and so yes we had over ten thousand. Applications came through in at this point in time. We're close to about a thousand members who've been in the program in that people who have completed their twelve months in also people who are current inches coming into the program is a thousand people and how what percentage of folks actually end up staying in tulsa. After their twelve months the last time they pull the data with ninety percent of people saying in tulsa awesome So it's it's been amazing just to kind of see how many people that growth because the first year when they did the cohort Seventy it went to a rolling basis after that year so every month..

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"So we are back. Yes we have highlighted be hundred year anniversary of the tulsa massacre. We have talked about what it has done to us. As a community when it comes to our ability to generate and create wealth the other things that have been done systemically to continue to prevent us from being able to create wealth. But now we're going to talk about where we have come from and where we are going and the strategies on how to get there. Yes we're bringing down our generational framework now. We've talked a lot about black folks. But what i will say is we have a wealth. Gap generally and a lot of this information is good regardless of what color you are. What race are because a lot of us are still seeing the impacts of generational curses that might have existed in your family for a long time. So let's start with generation negative one all right so this is a generation. That's destroying wealth in your family like to this day right. So what we're trying to do is identify the generation that you're currently and maybe one identify the generation that you come from but generation negative one is the generation that is actively destroying or has destroyed wealth in your family. This is a generation that's had limited career opportunities limited education. Possibly they may have been incarcerated or they may have substance abuse issues. They might have debt problems. They might have been involved with payday. Lenders and pawnshop loans. They are not very financially stable and so because they're not stable they have to rely on other people around them for loans for support financially. And so let me just say this really quickly before. I even start going into my tangents and my stories as i tend to do. This is not to shame anybody as allan mentioned. This isn't a black thing. I mean we just happen to be black and we happen to know what happens in our community but every every race every color has all of these generations. We have all of these family members. They exist today. They existed back in the day and unfortunately they will continue to exist so this is not about shame. We're not shaming anybody. This is just reality..

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King

"So we are back. Yes we have highlighted be hundred year anniversary of the tulsa massacre. We have talked about what it has done to us. As a community when it comes to our ability to generate and create wealth the other things that have been done systemically to continue to prevent us from being able to create wealth. But now we're going to talk about where we have come from and where we are going and the strategies on how to get there. Yes we're bringing down our generational framework now. We've talked a lot about black folks. But what i will say is we have a wealth. Gap generally and a lot of this information is good regardless of what color you are. What race are because a lot of us are still seeing the impacts of generational curses that might have existed in your family for a long time. So let's start with generation negative one all right so this is a generation. That's destroying wealth in your family like to this day right. So what we're trying to do is identify the generation that you're currently and maybe one identify the generation that you come from but generation negative one is the generation that is actively destroying or has destroyed wealth in your family. This is a generation that's had limited career opportunities limited education. Possibly they may have been incarcerated or they may have substance abuse issues. They might have debt problems. They might have been involved with payday. Lenders and pawnshop loans. They are not very financially stable and so because they're not stable they have to rely on other people around them for loans for support financially. And so let me just say this really quickly before. I even start going into my tangents and my stories as i tend to do. This is not to shame anybody as allan mentioned. This isn't a black thing. I mean we just happen to be black and we happen to know what happens in our community but every every race every color has all of these generations. We have all of these family members. They exist today. They existed back in the day and unfortunately they will continue to exist so this is not about shame. We're not shaming anybody. This is just reality..

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"tulsa" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Referring to it as a race riot is a euphemism pulses failure to come to grips with its deadly past clearly has left scars of its own. Ellsworth said the city was robbed of its honesty. You have entire generations growing up in tulsa who have never heard of this people growing up with a false reality a false vision of the land. They were on. I mean imagine if today right now that you had young people growing up in manhattan would never heard of nine eleven that there were no books to talk about nine. Eleven that it's as if it didn't exist. The race massacre was gigantic myth in the history of tulsa. It was deliberately buried for a long time. The full excavation will mark another step in the long road to understanding and perhaps one day recovery ellsworth said. I know that this has been a process that has been going on for a while. Now it's caused people to kind of reevaluate at the past. How they look at their town and what's going on. I think that's been a liberating process for some people. It's been a very difficult for others..

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I am on right now. Live on carrim g in tulsa oklahoma Mark will be back. I was going to talk about this topic. Anyway it's kinda cool that tolson's got me live right now while i'm talking about this topic. Because it's it's the big deal the tulsa race riot or the tulsa race massacre of however. You wanna talk about it. It's being used to push a political agenda. And i wanna talk in a couple of ways about it and i need you to understand something out of the gate. There is a conservative impulse just as there is a progressive impulse that when the other side is saying x. y. or z. Our side than says the negative the opposite the counter so One side says the tulsa race riot or tulsa race massacres a very big deal. So the it's actually. It's not everyone wants to be contrary to the other side. As a matter of fact it was a very big freaking deal on may thirty first and june first nineteen twenty one white citizens in tulsa oklahoma engage in the systematic destruction not systemic systematic destruction of the greenwood district in tulsa oklahoma which was essentially the black wall street has many described one of the most prosperous black communities in the nation Precipitated it was the sexual assault on a seventeen year. Old white girl. In the deaths of ten white men led the white citizens and the local government to round up lack citizens in detain most of them really for their protection as the riots. Got out of control and but then they simply leveled the greenwood district. It was notable because it was the first time domestically aircraft were used to rain down fire on positions. It was civilians. American citizens civilians with biplanes. That were firing down upon the black residents is a friend of mine said a few weeks later the military would use airplanes to quello riot. But this was the first time it happened. It was not military it was citizens it was bad and then there was an engaged government. Cover up and it turns out probably. Hundreds of people died now in the nineteen nineties. A bipartisan commission and oklahoma was formed frank keating the governor to oklahoma oversaw. This was a republican and by two thousand one. They had an airing of grievances. They pushed for a number of steps scholarships and other things to make right. What had happened. Some people what more some people have agitated for reparations but it really was a revelation. A lot of people had not heard about it nationally. Now it was bad and we should know about it but a lot of the people. Who want you to know about it at this moment. Want you to know about it as proof of systemic racism. The number of people. You haven't heard about this have you. Whitey covered it up. Well yeah in tulsa oklahoma. The white government did try to bury it for a while and it was overtime reveal. But they're not talking about that they're talking about a conspiracy of the white history textbook. Writers to keep you from hearing about what happened in tulsa oklahoma the number of white people. I know who wanna feel guilty about their race. These days we covered up tulsa oklahoma where we pinch. This isn't the way works. This is very much like cunanan. The difference is that the media believes this conspiracy theory so were forced to take it seriously. Here's what actually happens. The reason the tulsa oklahoma situation is it talked about is one it is also cla. Homa no offence to those union tulsa. I would love to come hang out with you. I've never been there. I wanna go see the pioneer woman. I love the pioneer woman But the reason is it doesn't fit the template for american history that history books have long deployed..

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"tulsa" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"By pepsi zero sugar on may thirty first. Nineteen twenty one tulsa. Oklahoma was the site of a horrific massacre a group of white racist poundstone tulsa prosperous black enclave of greenwood burning looting and killing many blacks while destroying thirty five thirty five city blocks. This year marks the one hundredth anniversary of these horrific attacks. Yesterday president joe biden released a proclamation. For a day of remembrance for the nineteen twenty one tulsa race massacre calling on americans to reflect on the deep roots of racial terror in our nation and recommit to the work of rooting out systemic racism across our country. See the problem we have is. I was watching. Fox deal the night and it was a guy on. Who has this little raggedy ass show. And his whole thing is our countries becoming a marxist country and that there are things of the democrat joe binders marxist and they using race to to fight our country using politics defied country. First of all the problem that we have is is when you don't admit to racism you have no chance of solving race and so many of them try to push the acts of racism under the rug. And 'cause you don't want to label it as racism or you being racist. Don't stop it from being racist. The people who define racism and racist for you is the people that is being perpetrated against not the perpetrator. Because you you in yo lily society chew live here right around your friends you all for you this is normal because ain't nothing happening to you embraces affects us. We're being this is what happened in tulsa. They went through there and bomb this neighborhood. They torched this they murdered these black people for no was successful because they were successful. Mar father man whose father was asleep. My father said be careful soon is not enough to they got everything they don't want to have nothing and i'll always wonder why my father was. Say something like that. But he says the poof is to our history. He say they got wall street. We get black wall street. Uk handle black wall street. Go through their take that from law. So they couldn't rebuild. Look hey look. Y'all y'all got the right to vote. Oh y'all cavo who won't now look at all these laws they pass it again. That ain't racist to you right. It's called votto pressure trip and that we stoop anybody stoop we we we hip to this game. And you're not you keep hearing on this tellers raining. And we'll recognize the p. All right thank you coming up. More of the steve harvey morning show right after.

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"tulsa" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"tulsa" Discussed on The Daily

"Brent. You have been reporting researching what happened in tulsa oklahoma for decades so. I wonder if we can start by. Having you describe. Tulsa in the early nineteen hundreds tells the in the early nineteen hundreds town oils becoming by big that on his becoming a boomed and as boomed attracted more and more people to the oil sales and also to serve. Those people who worked in the oilfields brought that money start restaurants and other businesses but there was a lot of money there and so black people came to the western frontier for the same reason. The white americans can't western frontier. They came to strike it rich to make your fortune and they did. And a lot of these people ended up on the black side of tulsa in the neighborhood that was called green and what was greenwood. Like green was was a mega a black economic influence in the united states. it's supported the twelve. Fifteen thousand people dead. Close the two hundred business. Fifteen doctors to dentists chiropractors law offices. A hospital schools. It had business trip that was known at the time as a negro wall street and did all this a self contained on the black side of the tracks in segregated. So.

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"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"We've got some of the the earliest books that were published in mexico when publishing was first made available there and even records that show interactions between the spanish colonial government and native nations. In what is now. The united states because of course that southern border didn't always exist. That's a relatively recent phenomenon and one of the things. We really take away from some of the archive. Collections is how recent our current political borders maps truly are because the choctaw people in the american south were interacting with spanish colonial leaders and officials in the seventeen hundreds before the area was part of the present united states so there's really interesting international and global ramifications between the americas in europe that you can see from some of these archives that really should i think a a much more nuanced and much more interesting understanding of american history than than what we tend to get in that k through twelve education. And so that's i mean just really at as a someone who studies art history in and really loves history. I find that in this area. That i'm less familiar with this. Just absolutely fascinating and one of the other documents that truly wonderful from the collection we also have several archive collections at better from native american leaders from the southeast of the united states during the indian removal period during the period around the trail of tears in the eighteen thirties eighteen forties. But one of the documents we have is a is a sequoias siliguri. It's the turkey. A scholar sequoia who develops the The alphabet this for the cherokee language in the early nineteenth century and we have a copy of the cylinder that he wrote. It's in his own hands. So it's showing this at this language preservation for the cherokee people but also the way that the cherokee were adapting to all of these different cultural influences at that time period and really the ways of the church people are thriving and in some of these. This really fantastic innovation From that time. So there's just a some great ways of seeing different connections between cultures in the world that that you can see through some of these documents and archives that i think are really surprising and new light in the way we histories. Wow so many. Let's just a couple. There's so many just a couple and so important just so inspiring and so many ways and wow well. It's been a treat to talk with you. Laura this is wayne stories. Podcast talking to laura fry who's a senior curator and curator of art at the gilchrist museum in tulsa oklahoma. So obviously if you're within a day or two drive of tulsa than just leave now and you can be at the museum sometime soon but seriously if you are in the area you have a chance to be in tulsa then please make sure to visit the museum now that it's reopened reopening after the pandemic and then keep an eye on the development of the new jersey. Yeah so we. We do. Have more information there. I believe it's at gilchrist dot org slash. Vision.

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"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"But i could reality. Being able to create. Artwork is a hand eye. Coordination is just like throwing a baseball playing piano in some ways. Some people have a natural aptitude. But everybody can learn how to do that. If you practice. So i think there's a sort of me becoming from the renaissance in this idea of figures like angelo. Lobbying kind of the lone genius like has kind of hasn't done us a good turn in the way we think about creating artwork to anybody can be an artist and anybody can take joy in that creative impulse and We tend to like to bury it. I think as adults because we think we're not good enough for that. It's all that. That's not something i can do. And we truly. I think anybody is capable in finding joy in creating artwork or in in imbuing artwork. So i think it's really a a something. I wish we gave ourselves more permission to do. I know when you described the kids in that or shop. It's i can just picture them. And it's it's very refreshing image. And so can you teach or rather maybe une teach what you just described to teach that creativity or teach people to let go of their innovations. Is that part of art. Instruction i think so. You know i'm not. I'm not an art educator by profession. But i think encouraging people to kind of get past those inhibitions or to not to cling so tightly to them is certainly part of art instruction firfer any even for those younger children. But they're just less likely to be bothered by the first place they've got a bell disco for it but again i think really. It's anytime you learn a new skill. it's a little bit intimidating. Because you start out without you start being the worst one on in the group right you start out playing really simple one note songs on the piano and they don't sound particularly great at first so i think it's like any new skill it's kind of a willingness to stick with it or to to take it to somewhere where you're finding enjoyment with it and that's why things beautiful about artwork or or a creative impulses. It doesn't have to be for anybody else can really just be for for an individual and doesn't have to have an intended audience at i. One of the phrases us was less likely to be bothered by an i love. I love that. Because i think that's that's so important. And this is wayne. Park with the stores here podcasts. I'm talking today. Laura fry who's the senior curator and curator of art for gilchrist museum in tulsa. Oklahoma museum has said that..

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"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"Never undone and the supreme court decision does not cause a major change for most of us living here in eastern oklahoma. Although my husband and i By the supreme court decision now are we are reaffirmed to be living on the muskogee creek nation and basically stay said that had never been undone. What it impacts is tribal citizens who commit crimes on tribal lands. So it's basically a not an enrolled tribal member so it doesn't have much impact on me or on on my husband's also not nominee enrolled tribal member but fern rolled tribal citizens. It changes some of the ways that legal processes work for them and So it doesn't it doesn't have a direct impact on most of us living here in oklahoma. But it's still incredibly important because it recognizes the legal right to exist for native american nations in the united states and to hold that nation to nation relationship with the us government so it's really an affirmation of tribal sovereignty here in oklahoma and it was really incredible to see reactions from many of my friends. Here who are. Just i think blown away and just so incredibly emotionally impacted by the symbolism of this decision and the message that sense. It's amazing. I think there was a lot of people it was reported. Probably incorrect won the popular press around the country as so like a bunch of oklahoma was going to be turned back over to the native americans. People were confused about that. But what you're saying is that it's more of a sovereignty issue over existing right and it's really. It's not as i see it. And again. I i may not be quite correctly stating this but from how i understand it. It's not so much turning land back over as acknowledging that this land was always muskogee creek and here and here in tulsa we are at a point where the muskogee creek nation the cherokee nation and the osage nation. All come together so where. My house is is muskoka. Quick recognition the gilchrist museum is on the nation but both of those places are also under the jurisdiction of the city of tulsa so there are these overlapping jurisdictions here. And i've lived in oklahoma for almost five years and i'm still trying to understand some of the the local politics in the history in how these things of all because it is fairly complicated but the supreme court decision absolutely recognized the the importance of that tribal sovereignty from the beginning. It really was a A notable decision for the nations in oklahoma and across the united states. And then so tell us about the enduring. Spirit is is an exhibit. is that what. How you one of our a permanent collection exhibitions at gilchrist museum. And it's Organized by geography and shows and has a each section section of the great plains about oklahoma the southwest the northwest and each section has a pretty wide range of time periods so we tried to include some contemporary art alongside historic material. All the way through there but this exhibition is also one that we're really looking forward to updating with the new building design. one of the things. we're aiming to change about gilchrist is again bringing more voices than we currently have presented in our galleries also aiming to combine the different areas of our collection in new ways. Right now we have. Most of the paintings and sculptures by european american artists in one area and artwork by native american artists in another area and archives are in a totally separate building so we really have been thinking about these collections in in distinct ways and one of the things we'd like to do is to really combine those and to look more. Broadly thematically across the goal crease collection. And there's a couple of different reasons for this but among other things. We.

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"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"Tulsa. Oklahoma had an opportunity to talk with. Dooley stein is director of the burke museum in seattle and they went through same situation. They had a whole new building to be able to move into it and what. What an incredible opportunity that few museum people get to experience in their careers. A is there a burden to that also his it you think. Wow you've got a whole cloth or or is enough of it already defined that it doesn't seem that way were your feelings about. What are your feelings about that. Well in our case. I think it's it's certainly a challenge. There's challenges that come with building entirely new construction but we are completely convinced that this was the right way to go. Our existing building is kind of frankenstein. It was originally the carriage house for our founder..

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"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"Welcomed the stories here podcasts. There's a creative freedom that young children possess where they aren't many of them are not held back by this concept of what artists opposed to look like younger. Children tend to ten knots. Worry about what they're creating or what other people will think about it and to just create and it's really lovely to see it can be really wonderful to see a whole classroom of children just having fun being creative using color and shape and line and different ways and i think it could help them really understand the world around them and distinct ways. It's not. I don't see art in schools as being something fluffy or the lighthearted fun time but but really helping children to see and to understand the world of different ways so hi. This is wayne parker stories here. Podcast delighted today to talk to laura fry who says senior curator and curator of art at the gilchrist museum in tulsa oklahoma and the us and so law. Thanks for being with us today. Yes thank you for the invitation. So i'm interested in in you and your background. Let's start with what you were like as a kid and then could you ever have imagined as a kid. You doing what you're doing today you know. I think i wouldn't be too surprised. I was one of those kids who was always into drying into art. I was really drawn to the idea of a career that was based in the arts in some ways from a very young age. I think at some point i thought i was going to be a potter professional potter. You know for my living and moved on from that. But i think my mom used to tell stories about when i was very little. I wouldn't really play with my dolls. I would sort of set them up in very elaborate tableaux leave them be so i think maybe i was always ready to be a museum curator and work on exhibitions. I did a my undergraduate. I've a fine arts from washington university in st louis and a master's of art history from university of denver. The path that you've taken the career path that you've taken doesn't sound like it was that much of a surprise if you look back at it. What things in the field have surprised you. That's a great question i. I don't know. I'm surprised actually by that. There aren't more curious to come from a fine arts background in some way i find that. Having the academic grounding in sort of studio art studio practice is really helpful for curated artworks and really having a tactile understanding of artistic processes. And ah i candidate had that i or that experiential understanding of how some of these processes work. Even though some of the things i created in art school weren't particularly spectacular..

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"tulsa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tulsa this weekend in addition to messing with the size of the crowd they may have cost the trump campaign a lot of money to that's next on market place coming up in thirty minutes and then we have the world at six coming up on All Things Considered meat packing plants are at the leading edge of the debate over corona virus testing plus an axe for on internet disinformation is sounding the alarm about Facebook groups those stories next but first the news live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer federal prosecutors say a U. S. soldier conspired with the neo **** faction upon an ambush on his own unit the twenty two year old private from Kentucky faces several terrorism related charges in pairs how long has more the justice department because private Ethan Meltzer the enemy within before deploying last fall prosecutors say Meltzer searched online for white supremacist and jihadist propaganda went overseas they say Meltzer when a step further and was in touch with the order of the nine angles that's a UK based international network that blends neo **** ideology with satanism Meltzer allegedly told the order he was being deployed to Turkey and slip them details on his unit's location strength and defenses counterterrorism authorities disrupted a suspected ambush plot in may and arrested private Meltzer on June tenth the justice department says he was quote motivated by racism and hatred as he attempted to carry out this ultimate act of betrayal had on them NPR news mourners lined up in Atlanta today to pay their final respects to ri chard Brooks a gold colored coffin carrying books body to the city's iconic Ebenezer Baptist church Brooks was fatally shot by police while fleeing arrest outside Atlanta fast food restaurant now ex officer Garrett Wolfe was been charged with murder Brooks fired a taser in the officer's direction was shot in the back while running away wolf was fired and is currently jailed without bond new cases of corona virus are surging in at least two dozen states such according to NPR's map will storm reports the steady increase of cases in states like Florida and Texas is particularly concerning the public health officials new corona virus cases are spiking in western states and across the south in particular Florida is seeing a jump in new infections the state's total case count just exceeded one hundred thousand many of those cases are being found in younger adults meanwhile Arizona never Adam Oklahoma Georgia and South Carolina are also seeing increases and in Texas cases and hospitalizations are rising especially in cities like Austin Dallas and Houston Texas governor Greg Abbott said the trends are concerning code nineteen is now spreading at an unacceptable rate in Texas and it must be corralled Abbott said closing down Texas still remains a last resort experts say the steady increase in cases shows the country is still very much in its first wave of the pandemic for NPR news I'm will stone the Supreme Court is reaffirming an important tool used by securities regulators to recoup ill gotten gains in fraud cases justices in an eight to one vote today ruling the securities and exchange commission could seek to recover money through a process called disgorgement last year the SEC obtained three point two billion and repayment of profits from people found to have violated securities laws stocks gained ground today the Dow was up a hundred and fifty three points to twenty six thousand twenty four the nasdaq was a hundred and ten this is NPR Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau today pushed back against the idea of opening his country's borders to air traffic saying moving too quickly might result in a second wave of coronavirus cases speaking a daily briefing Trudeau said while he understands the pressure from tourism firms in the airlines to reopen to visitors there needs to be certain each stage of the re opening Air Canada has already said it's reducing its workforce by sixty percent Canada and U. S. last week extended the ban on nonessential travel through late July France has had only twenty three deaths from cold within the past twenty four hours the number of patients in critical condition is declining the bears owner Beardsley reports the country's lockdown measures are largely being lifted despite warnings of a possible second wave this fall schools opens nationwide as did cinemas and casinos and people are now allowed to take part in group sports but masks are still mandatory on public transport and shops and despite the brighter outlook in open borders between European countries most French vacationers say they'll remain in France this summer the French government says if the outbreak continues to abate night club should be allowed to reopen in September along with trade fairs an international cruises but the country's scientific council warns that a return in force of the virus this fall is extremely probable it said the low rate of collective immunity to the virus its rise in other parts of the world and lessons learned from previous pandemics all point to a second wave this fall and winter Eleanor Beardsley NPR news Paris and I'm Jack Speer N. 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"tulsa" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Tulsa the tested positive for covert nineteen today that from a source familiar with the matter telling ABC news the Tulsa Oklahoma rally is underway seeing the fake news for weeks now and everything is negative don't don't don't do anything today it was like I've never seen anything like it days after saying we've never had an empty seat and we certainly won't in Oklahoma if president trump looks around in the arena he'll see thousands of supporters cheering him but also sees on the ground in front a lot of floor space and up in the upper sections many empty seats ABC's Jim Ryan until the president said he was going to speak twice at this event in Tulsa once outside to the crowd gathered there and then moved inside for about an hour and twenty minute address to the crowd well there just a few minutes before the outdoor event was to begin trump campaign announced that it had been canceled no outside of it at all most in the trump rally crown or not wearing masks your social distancing though campaign staff offered them all masks and hand sanitizer each attendees temperature was taken on entering another record breaking one day total of new Kobe cases in Florida and Texas many new cases in Florida are of people in their twenties and thirties A. B. C.'s arrange shop the coronavirus surging across the south and out west in several states that were among the first to re open new infections more than doubling in the past week in Florida hitting a high of more than four thousand cases today the governor blaming increased testing the vast majority of the cases that we're seeing right now in the state of Florida are with people who are presenting out without any symptoms doctors raising red flags we are seeing more patients in the hospital there's no question about it you're listening to ABC news this is an advertisement from the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic.

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"tulsa" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Sir New People to Tulsa? How can they? Get involved to help support the program. Support the the people in the cohort. How can they get connected? That's a great question there are there are a lot of different ways that people can get involved. First and foremost if you meet somebody from Tulsa Remote. Be Nice to them. And ask them how you can help them get connected at Tulsa remote got people's attention and the ten thousand dollars helped the move here, but it's not gonNA help them. Stay here, right? It's the city of Tulsa and the people of Tulsa that are going to convince these individuals to stay, and if they don't stay there, they will hopefully be advocates and ambassadors to the community wherever they end up a because of their experience in Tulsa beans, a positive, and there's definitely an ancillary benefit to all of that. Yeah, because I imagine you living on East. Coast on the West Coast had to on occasion defend the middle of the country. All the time I should have gotten a salary. A was. I was regularly. The first person somebody had met from Oklahoma. Let Alone Tulsa. and. I had an opportunity to change perceptions and A lot of my friends were not surprised that I moved back to Tulsa. Because they knew how much care about this community and in how excited I was about the trajectory that it's going. Tulsa is going to grow, and as you were saying. You know you're passionate. There are a lot of people who are passionate about Tulsa, NYC. Tulsa is going to grow. It's it's whether or not it's going to grow in the right direction, and we need individuals who are active in the conversations who care about accessibility and affordability in in an urban core care about education care about public transportation who care about food deserts, being part of the conversation to ensure that as we grow. We've learned from the other communities that came before us to ensure that we as we grow that nobody nobody is being left behind in that growth so easy thing is just to be nice to the remote bryce. If you, WANNA get involved in. In actively working with Tulsa remote, we have a facebook group that you can join and we will be starting this year to invite individuals to events that are happening throughout the year. You can also email info at Tulsa remote dot com and give your contact information..

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"tulsa" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"tulsa" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"And I feel like remote workers have. Sometimes low more freedom to be more community engaged than people who have a nine to five office job and have to be at one place all the time you know remote people can do their work from a local coffee shop can do go. The library can have lunch meetings, so it's. It's an interesting angle. My question when I first heard about this program was. Both of us moved away came back. Would that ten thousand dollars have been? Better used, but differently us to track people who moved away to come back, so we don't. Differentiate between individuals that were from Tulsa and left and came back and people who've never been to also if individuals that have left also want to participate in the program. We're really excited about that. The ten thousand dollars is meant to remove a barrier it removes risk. The risk of there's a financial risk in moving to a new city so if you can remove that risk and provide additional incentives, the community development aspects that the co working space. My opinion is is that you're you're you're developing a program that that really attracts the right type of people. The people who were actively looking at moving into a new community hadn't considered Tulsa before said why not try it come and visit see what makes his town special and spend a year getting connected? I know that you're still you're you've just past the sort of year? One Mark, so you don't necessarily have the data to answer this question, but. What would be? Success tells her mode going forward of those people. How many of them would need to stay for two years five years ten years for you to look back on and be like okay. This worked this brought. New. Energy new ideas new people to Tulsa. That you can measure success. In one way, we've already been extremely successful. The exposure of Tulsa to the rest of the world is has been pretty huge over three billion and reach at this point people who had never heard of the city before are now thinking of a town that is moving in the right direction. That's willing to take chances that are attracting really talented people in other ways. We've already been successful. The people who've come through in the first year have already gotten incredibly connected to the community and are are helping the the existing leaders push issues forward that they're really passionate about I would say the greatest example of success would be that the individuals that come in like living in Tulsa and choose to stay longer than a year. And while I, don't expect every single person to stay. I think the vast majority are going to stay and the feedback that I've gotten from them anecdotally is that they are happy. They're excited I mean. It didn't have help this year that we had a tornado in an earthquake in the same week, but but for the most part people are extraordinarily excited about Tulsa and and have been really happy about the decision to move here. And you don't have to get into specifics, but I'm curious. What are some of the? More interesting. People who've moved here either the type of work they do where they came from or people that have interesting stories. That's always a really difficult question for me to answer because each individual that came through the program is really incredible. Yeah, I. Am Really Lucky..

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