The City Council's public hearing on whether to rename Brady St. because of Tate Brady’s ties to the Ku Klux Klan is set for next week.
The will be held at City Hall next Thursday evening.
Some groups have been lobbying the city to rename Brady Street, which is named after prominent city father and businessman Wyatt Tate Brady, because of his membership in the Klan.
Some also say Brady played a role in the notorious 1921 race riot in Tulsa, in which 300 blacks were killed.
Others, including many business owners in the glitzy Brady Arts District, oppose any change.
Those business owners say it's better to be reminded of Tulsa's questionable past in order to create a better world.