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The Commission shall act in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and the City Council on matters of:

  1. Encouraging and promoting unity,· purpose and understanding among the African-American people of the greater Tulsa area;
  2. Encouraging and promoting cooperation between the African-American people of the greater Tulsa area and the local, state and federal governments for the general benefit and welfare of African-American people residing in or visiting the City and County of Tulsa;
  3. Identifying means to assist the African-American residents of the City and County of Tulsa to develop their talents and abilities without limitations;
  4. Assisting the African-American community to benefit from the fullest realization of its human resources;
  5. Ensuring a better understanding of the African-American people and the African-American community;
  6. Aiding the preservation of the cultures of the African-American people;
  7. Developing programs and initiatives promoting and enhancing education

2020 Greater Tulsa African-American Affairs  Commission

Committee members:

Kristi Williams- Chair
Gregory Robinson II- Vice Chair
Thomas Boxley
Darryl Bright
Kojo Asamoa Caesar
Cassia Carr
Eddie Evans
Dr. Devin Fletcher
Alexis Gardner
Alicia Latimer
Margaret Love
Lauren Oldham
Ashley Phillipsen
Burlinda Radney
Maybelle Wallace
Carlisha Bradley Williams
Dr. Dwayne Dickens
Ronald Jones
Jameelah Stucky
David Harris

The Greater Tulsa African-American Affairs  Commission meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month, City Hall, 175 East 2nd Street, 10th Floor, North Conference Room. For more information about the Commision, please email the Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity at: The staff liaison will direct your question to the Commission. Meetings are open to the public or you can follow on TGOV Online. | Agendas

Mayor's Office for Resilience and Equity
City Hall
175 East 2nd Street, 15th Floor
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
(918) 596-7817