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"The Practice of Resistance: Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr."
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In 1959, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote an autobiographical article for Ebony Magazine called “My Trip to the Land of Gandhi.” The peaceful paths that these two great men traveled were at times quite different, and at times quite similar. Tonight, Thursday the 20th, there will be a lecture here at TU about these two […]

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The Architecture & Design Film Festival, Presented by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture
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Without question, Americans today appreciate good/sturdy design or historic/innovative architecture more than ever before. The Architecture & Design Film Festival, which dates back to 2009, is rooted in this widespread appreciation. It’s a festival that usually plays in big cities all over the globe — NYC, say, or Seoul, South Korea — but this weekend, […]

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Amplified Adventures in Sound: At Living Arts This Weekend, It's OK Electric 2017
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Dylan went electric. Miles went electric. Everyone, it seems, has gone electric by now…but what about the world of classical music? How common is it to witness, say, an “amp’d up” chamber music trio? On this edition of ST, our guest is the noted Tulsa-based composer, musician, and music educator, Noam Faingold, who’s also the […]

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Helping Victims of Domestic Violence, Every Day: Tulsa's Family Safety Center
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we learn about the nonprofit Family Safety Center, which is located in the basement of the downtown Tulsa Police Station. Its mission — as noted at the Tulsa Family Safety Center Facebook page — is “to promote safety and justice in Tulsa County through co-located, multi-disciplinary services that […]

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Collectively Calling on Oklahoma to Fix Its Budget Woes: The Save Our State Coalition
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What’s to be done regarding the troubling condition of Oklahoma’s budget? Lawmakers in OKC have only about a month left to address this serious budget shortfall in the 2017 session of the Oklahoma Legislature, and fixing what Gov. Fallin has recently called “the state’s structural budget deficit” seems less and less likely. Therefore, about two […]

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Amplified Adventues in Sound: At Living Arts This Weekend, It's OK Electric 2017
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Dylan went electric. Miles went electric. Everyone, it seems, has gone electric by now…but what about the world of classical music? How common is it to witness, say, an “amp’d up” chamber music trio? On this edition of ST, our guest is the noted Tulsa-based composer, musician, and music educator, Noam Faingold, who’s also the […]

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"Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI"
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Our guest on this installment of ST is David Grann, a bestselling author and staff writer at The New Yorker Magazine whose new book, just out, is getting rave reviews. That book is an unsettling and in-depth work of nonfiction, “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI.” As […]

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On ST Medical Monday, Still She Rises, a Recently-Launched Public Defender Office in North Tulsa
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we get to know Robin Steinberg, a New York City-based public defender who founded the nonprofit Bronx Defenders in the late 1990s. This organization is still known for its model of “holistic defense,” in which clients are advocated for by an interdisciplinary team of professionals (legal and otherwise) […]

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"A Fine Mess: A Global Quest for a Simpler, Fairer, and More Efficient Tax System"
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On today’s StudioTulsa — that is, on Tax Day 2017 — we are joined by T.R. Reid, a longtime correspondent for The Washington Post and bestselling nonfiction author, for a discussion of his new book, “A Fine Mess: A Global Quest for a Simpler, Fairer, and More Efficient Tax System.” As was noted of this […]

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