Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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Nappy Roots Books

Nappy Roots: Black-owned bookstore becomes a site for advocacy, activism

Nappy Roots Books, one of two Black-owned bookstores in Oklahoma City and one of four Black-owned bookstores in the state, has managed to stay...
essay contest

Students, enter our essay contest and win a $100 gift certificate

As we watch the spread of COVID-19 across the world, our routines, schedules and ways of life have been put on a hard pause....
fasting

Day of fasting a brief end for endless breadsticks?

In times of crisis, we often turn toward comfortable things to give us a sense of normalcy. A joke I've made on here before...
Miami Nation

Miami Nation: Forced away once, forced away again

“Myaamionki” means all the places the Miami people have ever lived, whether past or present. Saakiiweeyonki, or Coming Out Place, was the original Miami Nation...
assault on the Capitol

Some call the assault on the Capitol unprecedented, but we have...

I’ve been writing about Oklahoma’s place in the American master narrative for a while now. My sense that we’re the repository for the nation’s...
imagine that

Imagine that: New Oklahoma brand confuses some

You may have noticed the new Oklahoma brand, logo and "imagine that" slogan this past week. What's that, you say? You didn't know Oklahoma...
Wings of Ebony

In Wings of Ebony, debut author J. Elle brings magic to...

(Editor’s note: NonDoc’s Author Umbrella interviews up-and-coming writers, particularly authors of color, authors of disability and LGBTQ+ authors. The interviews have been transcribed and lightly edited...
Q Shaman

Imagine the day-to-day life of the Q Shaman

This might be a lukewarm take at this point, but what the country and world witnessed on Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol was simply...
racism

Sometimes what we think does not match reality

(Editor's note: The following piece discusses racism and includes language that may make some readers uncomfortable.) When I was 10 years old, my family moved...
Q

Quite the quandary: Q followers feel let down

Where do we Q from here? The broad question about the Q Anon movement has been asked by many recently, but with Joe Biden's...

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