Map shows Turkey Mountain, park space protected under proposed 50-year lease with River Parks

The city's proposed master lease agreement would not guarantee that park space will remain park space for the term of the lease but would put that decision in the hands of the River Parks Authority.
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As design phase ends, city inches closer to new flag design

Having received more than 300 submissions, the group seeking to replace Tulsa’s city flag believes it will have the proposals narrowed down to a “top 3” soon.
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Room 918: Teach For America Greater Tulsa director reflects on providing students with good education

"It would take more than excellent teachers, I realized, to provide every student with an excellent education. Yes, excellent teachers were vital, but it would also take a community."
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Trump’s travel ban shocks, worries Oklahoma’s Muslim communities

People who made lives for themselves in the United States found their lives being potentially uprooted after Trump issued an executive order Friday.
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‘Cruel and dangerous’: State groups condemn U.S. immigration ban

Oklahoma social justice and civil rights leaders are denouncing President Donald Trump's executive order to temporarily ban immigrants from coming to the U.S.
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Protestors march through downtown in response to President Trump’s executive actions

As a dual-citizen of the United States and Brazil, Danielle Carlotti knows what it's like to live as a foreigner in a different country.
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Mayor, police chief reiterate stances in wake of President’s executive order on immigration

Tulsa mayor G.T. Bynum and Police Chief Chuck Jordan said on Thursday they do not feel the order will impact the way officers here interact with immigrants.
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OSU students protest after racist photos surface on social media

“I’m getting comments right now saying, ‘You guys should stop crying, like shut up,’” said OSU student Alicia Johnson. “But you know what? I'ma keep pushing. I'ma keep pushing because this is what I believe in. Small numbers will do big things.”
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Undocumented immigrants in Tulsa feel sense of trepidation as President Donald Trump takes office

They are just two of the estimated 75,000-or-so undocumented immigrants in Oklahoma. As President Donald Trump takes office, they spoke to The Frontier about their lives and how they feel about the new Commander-in-chief.
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As President Obama leaves office, Tulsans reflect on his successes, failures and legacy

President Obama came to Washington promising change and hope for the nation, and political affiliation aside, millions of Americans of all races took pride in his election.
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