It all starts with a song, but where does the song start? For some OKC songwriters, it’s a Nashville-based nonprofit.
Music Alyssa Grimley
Ever think about what percent of a song purchase actually goes to the
artist? Local songwriter Curtis Stover makes it his business to, as a
coordinator for the Oklahoma City chapter of the Nashville Songwriters
The May 20 tornado fuels calls for more schools to have shelters or safe rooms.
News Greg Horton
Strengthening school safety from Mother Nature’s deadly wrath quickly
became a focal issue in the wake of the May 20 tornado that devastated
parts of Central Oklahoma. The EF5 funnel cloud destroyed two Moore
elementary schools — Briarwood and Plaza Towers — killing seven children
at the latter location.
A nonprofit taking shape in OKC wants to further tolerance and diversity.
News Peter Wright
More than a decade after its predecessor disappeared from Oklahoma City,
a nonprofit that combats bias, bigotry and racism is branching out from
Tulsa. The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice (OCCJ) has
launched an effort to design an entirely new program in OKC.
News Gazette staff
The Education and Employment Ministry (TEEM) this week launches its
annual Summer Breeze Hygiene Drive, a community-wide event aiming to
provide personal hygiene items to students without the financial means
to purchase them. In light of May's severe weather disasters, say TEEM
organizers, the cause has become more crucial.