Closer look at Martin Luther King Boulevard in Tulsa

Across the country and in Tulsa, there are roads named after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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staceypatrece - 1/23/2014 11:00 AM
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Once again, Fox 23 News has twisted the words of a local black politian. I think I speak for every black native Tulsan when I say there is Section 8 housing all over Tulsa, and I am quite sure that if everything nortn of Pine St. wasn't REDLINED that there would be better grocery stores. Now for those of you who don't know what that means, here's a clue. NO ONE CAN GET A BUSINESS LOAN FOR THE NORTHSIDE OF TULSA. Now, I am quite sure that Rep. Matthews is aware of this, your reporter(whatever her name is)just made that last comment about better grocery stores and less Section 8 housing up. The question that I am 100% sure the Rep. really asked is this: WHY? Why does "MLK Blvd" stop abruptly at Archer? Why does it not extend south of that area into the Brady District? Nevermind, I think I know why. Martin Luther King Jr. sacraficed his life, so that cities would no longer be segregated. I must say, Tulsa is one of the most segregated cities in the nation. Fox 23 your fascist views will come back to haunt you.

Mayor Maynot - 1/20/2014 8:30 PM
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In reality the people who populate this stretch of real estate portray a vision of the American dream that I guess some are not ready or able to see. That is no matter who you are and no matter what economic level you live at there will always be a chance for you to be here.

karlschneider - 1/20/2014 6:01 PM
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If they want to clean up the legacy, they could start by cleaning up the trash.
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