Welcome to the Tulsa Equity Alliance Community Hub!

The Tulsa Equity Alliance collective of Tulsans working for an equitable Tulsa through organizing and narrative work.

"If you have come here to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together."
- Lilla Watson


The Tulsa Equity Alliance's mission is to bring equity to those the system has made vulnerable in the Greater Tulsa Area.

We recognize that Tulsans are affected by the following areas: Economic Mobility, Education & Youth Development, Environmental Injustice & Infrastructural Issues, Food Insecurity, Healthcare Inequity, Housing Insecurity, Legal System Impact, Racial & Immigration Injustice, and Voter Mobility Issues.

We carry out this vision by not replicating efforts; but by filling gaps connecting the community together and supporting existing efforts. This is done through community organizing, narrative work, partnerships, communal & mutual aid, resource sharing and cooperative economics.

"Nobody's free until everybody's free."

- Fannie Lou Hamer


The Tulsa Equity Alliance believes in equity for all. Our community can achieve this through cooperation & organizing.

While solving social issues and taking care of our neighbors, we choose to center Black, Indigenous, people of color, Queer, Trans and Disabled folx through our work.

We understand and practice this through the understanding the philosophy of Intersectionality. Intersectionality, a term coined by Dr. Kimberlé W. Crenshaw, is the study of overlapping or intersecting social identities and related systems of oppression, domination, or discrimination.

When identifying needs or issues that affect members of our community, there's more than likely overlap existing with other social issues that relate or perpetuate marginalization & oppression. By understanding and acknowledging this, we believe the people that are closest to the problems are closest to the solutions.

"It's not about supplication, it's about power. It's not about asking, it's about demanding. It's not about convincing those who are currently in power, it's about changing the very face of power itself."
- Kimberlé W. Crenshaw