Our Projects


Focus: Black Oklahoma
Tune in to Public Radio Tulsa, KWGS 89.5 fm 20 February at noon for our premiere broadcast or 21 February at 8:00pm. FBO will air every third Thursday of each month at noon and every third Friday of each month at 8:00pm. Listen, learn, and engage in Oklahoma’s Black community. Visit our Focus: Black Oklahoma page for more information and donation opportunities.

Real Talk: Voicing the Margins
This ongoing series of monthly discussions focuses on issues surrounding marginalized communities, including People of Color, LGBTQA, the economically disadvantaged, and more. Visit our Real Talk page for more information.


Gilcrease Museum Collaboration – coming 2020
The Collective is developing a “Live from the Archives” series to introduce the public to the many significant artifacts and documents in the Museum’s vaults. We are also creating programming for two upcoming exhibitions: Memories & Imaginations” (February 2020) and “Men of Change” (Fall 2020).

Publications in Progress

  • Cutline/YA Graphic Novel on the Tulsa Race Massacre (interest from Penguin Books)
  • Children’s Book on Black Wall Street (Penny Candy Books)
  • Those Who Stayed: History & Stories After the Tulsa Race Massacre (The Calliope Group, LLC.)
  • Little Africa on Fire Anthology: Creative Writing & Visual Art Exploring the Tulsa Race Massacre (The Calliope Group, LLC.)
  • Progressive Evangelicals in the Age of Trump (The Calliope Group, LLC.)
  • Black Oklahoma LGBTQ Curriculum for Tulsa Public Schools

Past Projects

Between Friends: An Evening of One-Act Plays & Stories – October 19, 2019
An evening short plays and stories dedicated to friendship and rooted in bonds old and new, wacky and real. Tulsa Artist Fellows Liz Blood and Juliana Goodman, and comedian Sondra Slade shared their own stories about friendship and two productions took the stage for a one-night only performance of two one-act plays.

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