Tulsa Groups' Panel To Focus On Healing Tulsa After Crutcher Shooting
TULSA, Oklahoma - The Black Flower Society and The Task Force for Terence Crutcher are hosting a panel Monday called 'Action and Answers.'
The event will take place at the Jazz Hall of Fame downtown and they said it's intended to help people understand the political process in order to remove barriers.
Seven panelists will be there including former Tulsa Police Chief Drew Diamond as well as other community activists.
Transformation Church held a "Unite My City" event Sunday with pastors and church members attending from several Tulsa churches.
The theme of the event was focused on the question, "how can we heal our city after the Crutcher shooting?"
"We're doing the things God told us to do. Praying and worshiping, so that we can get an answer. And so tonight, man, we have black, white, red, yellow, green purple," said Michael Todd, Transformation Church Pastor.
They said they plan to hold similar events once every three months.
More information on the event can be found on the Justice 4 Crutch Facebook page.