The world is frenzied, and for once, it feels like we are truly moving in the right direction. Sure, we’re questioning literally everything, we’re learning, we’re listening, we’re reading everything, and we’re uncomfortable — this is the type of frenzy that leads to real change. We are hopeful, optimistic, and committed to doing the work. Allyship is a lifelong process, and we are deeply grateful for the BIPOC voices in our community. Today, we have the honor of highlighting a new member of our extended fam: Onikah Asamoa-Caesar, founder of Tulsa bookstore + coffee shop Fulton Street.