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Forbes

Meet The Women Of Color Who Are Revitalizing Tulsa Years After The Tulsa Race Massacre

Lean In

Their dreams are real, their potential is limitless, this opportunity awaits them because I chose to lean in.

Tulsa World

People to Watch: Carlisha Williams Bradley keeps past in mind with new education role

Carlisha Williams Bradley of ImpactTulsa: ‘Access to high-quality education for all students is one of the greatest civil rights issues’

100 Women of Moxie: See who made the Tulsa YWCA list

‘Distance learning’ will replace state school closures through mid-May

ImpactTulsa panel: High school internship programs can yield big workforce returns

ImpactTulsa finds encouraging trends in local education, but also some persistent problems

New ImpactTulsa report highlights educational inequities, progress

ImpactTulsa panel: High school internship programs can yield big workforce returns

Greater Tulsa Area African-American Affairs Commission convenes for first time

Tulsa Public Radio

Impact Tulsa Releases 6th Education Community Impact Report

The Oklahoman

Stitt names Tulsa educator to education board

State education board begins new era with new members

Coronavirus in Oklahoma: Public schools move to distance learning

New research shows racial gaps in Oklahoma student test scores

News on 6

Impact Tulsa Takes A Deeper Look At Student Performance

KFOR

Education forum in OKC to discuss greater education advancement for students of color

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