Each year our annual conference will move from the east, to the west, to the center. This year we have come to middle America to the city of Tulsa, OK.
Tulsa is going through a bit of a cultural renaissance and is quickly becoming a city that people, organizations and companies are paying attention to. It has had a history that is both inspiring and embarrassing and is in the process of redefining itself, reinventing itself and is beginning to recognize the power and benefit of cultural diversity. It is what is making Tulsa attractive and keeping it relevant.
Tulsa has a rich heritage of Native Americans, African Americans and European Americans that have endured great hardship from the Trail of Tears to the 1921 Race Massacre to the Great Oklahoma Dust Bowl.
Take a look at the videos below to see why Tulsa happens to be a great place to have the conversation on Intercultural Stories of Disconnections: Insights into the Polarization of People and Places, and then check out Things to Do in Tulsa and discover what makes it a special place.
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