The Unity Over Violence Prayer March on Friday hosted numerous speakers including state elected officials, community leaders, and descendants of race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre survivors.
Reparations a part of difficult discussion surrounding race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre centennial
UNITY OVER VIOLENCE: A prayer march is taking place in Tulsa today in commemoration of the race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre.
Again and again, @cityoftulsagov denies reparations to the survivors of the race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre. Instead, Mayor@gtbynum raised $30M for the “1921 Tulsa Race Riot Centennial Commission”. Make no mistake: they are profiting off of the pain of Black people.
A 105-year-old woman is leading a lawsuit for reparations for the 1921 Tulsarace massacre – 1 of 2 known survivors still alive. White mobs killed 300 Black people and burned 35 blocks of a Black neighborhood. The lawsuit accuses the city and police of supporting the massacre.
Experts at the University of Oklahoma believe they have found a possible mass grave site from the 1921 race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre at a city cemetery, although they are unsure how many bodies are underneath.
Nearly 100 years ago, a white mob burned the Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa Oklahoma to the ground. 99 years later, pervasive racial inequality and discrimination still exists. Read about the 1921 Tulsa race massacre and its legacy.
The 1921 race massacre'>Tulsa Race Massacre left nearly 300 black people dead. Thousands were forced to flee. Some bodies were never found. While many schools and papers mostly ignored it, this black-owned newspaper has kept up the fight to remind Tulsa of its history.