A house divided

The political climate in this country has gotten so tense that even members of a state representative’s own party turned on him when he took a stance against the execution of Julius Jones.
The division in our country is so thick you can almost cut it with a knife. Pick a topic right now and you wouldn’t have to try too hard to find someone that would disagree with you and most likely be willing to share a few choice words with you regarding your stance.

Wrap up homelessness

Wrap up 2021 by purchasing wrapping paper that benefits the homeless alliance through the Curbside Chronicle's annual Wrap Up Homelessness project.
Continuing a tradition seven years running, Oklahoma City’s Homeless Alliance program The Curbside Chronicle is embarking on its annual holiday season Wrap Up Homelessness campaign.

Kill the Indian, save the man

The horrors of the Indian Boarding School system — of which there were 83 in the state of Oklahoma — are only now finally beginning to be fully understood.
In May 2021 Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nations announced they had used ground penetrating radar to confirm unmarked graves of 215 children, later revised to 200, at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia. This confirmation came on the heels of the report by the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Clearing Records

Nineteen people will be getting their legal slates wiped clean while others are invited to begin the process of clearing convictions from their records, where applicable.

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MLK Jr. Holiday Parade @ Downtown OKC

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Cacao + Sound Healing Ceremony @ Angels and Sages Spa

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