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TUNE IN EVERY THIRD SUNDAY AT 3 P.M. AND FOLLOWING FRIDAY AT 1 P.M. 

 KOSU 91.7 OKC | 107.5 Tulsa

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About 

Tri-City Collective sensed a need for a media program that would engage issues of importance to African-Americans and all BIPOC communities. Issues that shed a positive light on our community instead of the negative aspects so often heard in the news. A show that could explore issues that are unique to Oklahoma's BIPOC citizens that are often ignored and a show that provides in-depth investigations of BIPOC life statewide-which is by no means monolithic.

 

So, Tri-City Collective, in partnership with KOSU, the Tulsa Artist Fellowship, and Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, created Focus: Black Oklahoma, an hour-long news and public affairs program on various topics relevant to the BIPOC communities statewide. Our show broadcasts monthly on KOSU and KWGS; both National Public Radio affiliates.

Focus: Black Oklahoma features spotlight interviews supported by stories on current topics and events in our BIPOC communities. These topics include news, politics, current affairs, education, law, arts, family, health, relationships, sports, finances, business, spirituality, technology, and more.

 

Focus: Black Oklahoma serves as a catalyst for change and understanding by strengthening Oklahoma's ability to create awareness for a more diverse and inclusive population.

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TUNE IN EVERY THIRD SUNDAY AT 3 P.M.

AND FOLLOWING FRIDAY AT 1 P.M. 

 KOSU 91.7 OKC | 107.5 Tulsa

Download and subscribe:
Apple Podcasts | Spotify Stitcher | Google Podcasts | NPR One

 
 

KUMA ROBERTS, IOM

has over 10 years of organizational development experience specializing in the business case for diversity, equity & inclusion. 

 

Kuma is passionate about racial and social justice with emphasis shifting policy and practice vs. hearts and minds and speaking to how more companies and organizations can harness the power of DEI to enhance their competitive advantage.

Co-Hosts
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KOLBY WEBSTER

is an advocate for equity,
sustainability, and access for all Tulsans.

 

Kolby has more than ten years of non-profit experience and thousands of volunteer hours with local organizations.

 

He works to better understand hyperlocal community problems and present solutions.

 

He connects art and design to public policy to make dense subjects about our built environment engaging enough to bring everyone to the table.

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Executive Producer

Quraysh Ali Lansana

Poet, Author, Educator, Founder

Bracken Klar

Educator & Research

Co-Associate Producers

Nick Alexandrov

Vanessa  Gaona

Correspondents

Autumn Brown

Bracken Klar

Britny Cordera
Carlos Moreno
Crystal Patrick

Devin Williams

Jamie Glisson

Juddie Williams

Kolby Webster

Kuma Roberts

Negro Spiritual 121

Nick Alexandrov

Payton Williams

Sondra Slade

 
 
Tri-City Collective Members

Autumn Brown
Bracken Klar

Briana Shea
Crystal Patrick
Devin Williams

Jamie Glisson

Jameelah Stuckey

Juddie Williams

Lori Walden

Nick Alexandrov

Quraysh Ali Lansana

Listen

TUNE IN EVERY THIRD SUNDAY AT 3 P.M.

AND FOLLOWING FRIDAY AT 1 P.M. 

 KOSU 91.7 OKC | 107.5 Tulsa

Download and subscribe:
Apple Podcasts | Spotify Stitcher | Google Podcasts | NPR One

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TRI-CITY COLLECTIVE, LLC
FOCUS: BLACK OKLAHOMA

PO BOX 14057
TULSA, OK 74159


918-807-3886

fbo@tricitycollective.com

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