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Family & Community

Data undermine COVID attacks on hair salons

In spring 2020 as COVID-19 spread became a national concern, one industry was often targeted for closure by individuals who claimed salons would be a source of widespread contagion.

Ray Carter
July 21, 2021
Family & Community

Program speaker says Christianity linked to racism

A featured presenter at an Oklahoma race-relations program says Christianity is linked to racism.

Ray Carter
July 20, 2021
Family & Community

Activists disrupt victims’ forum

A group of activists, apparently associated with tribal causes, disrupted a July 13 forum for victims of crime held in Tulsa.

Ray Carter
July 14, 2021
Family & Community

Oklahomans say media, social media greatest threats to American democracy

Where do Oklahomans get their news? Only 5% say they prefer local newspapers such as The Oklahoman and the Tulsa World.

J.E. McReynolds
July 13, 2021
Family & Community

Black market, other risks remain as legalized weed turns three

In legalizing medical use of the drug, voters opened the door to many harmful risks.

Mike Brake
July 8, 2021
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