Monday, March 30, 2020

Tag: oklahoma

Oklahoma to Finally Teach History of 1921...

Students across Oklahoma will soon learn about a dark moment in the state's history that has long gone unmentioned — until now. 

Oklahoma Prosecutors Resist Push to Reduce Overcrowded...

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Since the days of frontier justice, lawmakers in conservative Oklahoma have viewed harsh prison sentences as the politically expedient solution...

Civil Asset Forfeiture is The New Stop...

People of color are being fleeced by law enforcement and the criminal justice system. The public began to pay more attention to the practice...

15 States That Spend Way More on...

The United States has the largest prison population in the world both in terms of the number incarcerated and as a percentage of the total population. Even...

Only The Ugliness of Racism Can Sully...

The uniqueness of sports is not the competition. That’s the attraction of sports. The uniqueness of it is that a Black fan and a white...

Kelvin Sampson, Once Banned, Gets Houston Coaching...

Kelvin Sampson, who was banned from college coaching for five years for cheating at Oklahoma and Indiana, was named head coach of Houston in...

Say What? ‘I’d Never Recruit A White...

In what probably no one has heard before, former Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys coach Barry Switzer, in criticizing Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, said "I'd...

Florida Gulf Coast Knocks Off Heavy Favorite...

Entering Friday night Georgetown was the heavy favorite to move past Florida Gulf Coast, but the Eagles pulled one of the biggest upsets thus...

College Football Uses Legendary Coach Darrell Royal

Darrell Royal, the former Texas coach who created the wishbone offense and won two national championships, has died. He was 88. Royal, an affable, likeable...