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Dubbed America's "Black Wall Street" by Booker T. Washington, the 35-block Greenwood District became a prosperous center for black commerce in the early 1900s, housing more than 300 black-owned businesses including hotels, theaters, restaurants and much more.

Our Mission

To preserve African-American heritage and promote positive images of the African-American community by providing educational and cultural experiences; promoting intercultural exchange; and encouraging cultural tourism.

Profiles

John W. Gibson

  

Gibson joined ONEOK in 2000 as president of energy, responsible for the company’s natural gas gathering and processing, and transportation and storage businesses. In 2006, he was named president and chief operating officer of ONEOK Partners, the master limited partnership that contains the midstream natural gas and natural gas liquids businesses. He was elected chief executive officer of ONEOK and president and chief executive officer of ONEOK Partners in January 2007, becoming chairman of ONEOK Partners later that year. In January 2010, he became president of ONEOK, and in May 2011, he became chairman.  Gibson began his career in the energy industry in 1974 as a refinery engineer with Exxon Company, USA. He spent 18 years with Phillips Petroleum Company in a variety of domestic and international positions in the natural gas, natural gas liquids and exploration and production businesses. Prior to joining ONEOK, Gibson was executive vice president of Koch Energy, Inc., a subsidiary of Koch Industries, responsible for its interstate natural gas pipelines and gathering and processing businesses.

 

Gibson has served on the boards of the Texas Pipeline Association and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America. He was an original member of the Gas Industry Standards Board and currently serves as a director of Bank of Oklahoma Financial Corporation and is a trustee of Missouri University of Science and Technology.

 

He also serves on the board of directors of the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice and on the advisory board of the Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League. He has worked with the Tulsa Area United Way, Boy Scouts of America and Habitat for Humanity, and is a past director of Saint Francis Health System.

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Negro Leagues Baseball: Times, Teams, & Talent

Tulsa, Oklahoma - Times, Teams, & Talent gives a general overview of the Negro Leagues history through several panels that detail the history of the leagues...

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322 N Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120