The City of Tulsa and the Community Service Council invite YOU to attend one of the following community dialogues to help us build a set of equality indicators to annually measure our city's growth toward more equitable policies. In order to build these data sets, we need to determine what to measure.

We need YOU to help us. There are six sessions at various times across the city to reach as many Tulsans as possible. These are for everyone. Please try to join us for at least one, and bring family and friends. For more information,  CLICK HERE. Thank you!
Monday, August 14th @ 6:30-8:30 pm
Rudisill Regional Library, Ancestral Hall
1520 N. Hartford, TulsaOK 74106

Tuesday, August 15th @ 10:00-12:00 pm
Tulsa Health Department, North Regional Health and Wellness Center 
5635 M.L.K. Jr Blvd., Tulsa, OK 74126
Monday, August 14th @ 2:30-4:30 pm
Zarrow Regional Library, South Meeting Room
2224 W. 51st St.,  TulsaOK 74107

Tuesday, August 15th @ 6:30-8:30 pm
Zarrow Regional Library,  South Meeting Room
2224 W. 51st St., Tulsa, OK 74107
Monday, August 14th @ 9:30 -11:30 am
Martin Regional Library,  Lecture Room
2601 S. Garnett Road,  Tulsa OK   74129
Tuesday, August 15th @ 2:30-4:30 pm
Central Library, Pocahontas Greadington Learning & Creativity Center
400 Civic Center,  Tulsa OK   74103
In these sessions, we want your input as we seek to identify goals and priority areas that will help us measure opportunities for greater equality in Tulsa.


Last month, the  City of Tulsa in partnership with the Community Service Council (CSC)  was chosen to be one of the first cities in the country to create an Equality Indicators Tool under the guidance of the City University of New York Institute for State and Local Governance with funding from The Rockefeller Foundation.

CSC will work with the City of Tulsa to create the framework relative to Tulsa-specific disadvantaged populations and equality gaps. By becoming an Equality Indicators City, Tulsa will have the tools to develop realistic targets and specific interventions for reducing inequalities at the local and neighborhood level based on data. Through the process, Tulsa can also design policy solutions to address the greatest inequalities.