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Greenwood Art Project is using Tulsa artists to share the story of the 1921 Race Massacre with the world

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Tulsa Historical Society Opens Exhibit To Mark Centennial Of Race Massacre

Oldest known living survivor of Tulsa Race Massacre turns 107 years old

According to a news release, the documentary celebrates the Black cultural renaissance that existed in Tulsa's Greenwood District and investigates the 100-year-old Race Massacre that left a stain on American history.

Leaders of the 2021 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission are speaking out against Gov. Stitt after he signed a new law banning critical race theory from being taught in public schools. | @CarmenMForman  #okleg  #oklaed 

A national group is planning an armed march for the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre. The coalition of gun clubs and Black gun owners are petitioning the city for a permit. They want to march down Greenwood to show support. w/ @KimChannel8 

The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission issued an ultimatum to Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday even as one of its members, state Rep. Monroe Nichols, D-Tulsa, resigned.

Tulsa Race Massacre commission: Gov. Stitt signing HB 1775 reflects ‘desire to end affiliation’

"DREAMLAND: The Burning of Black Wall Street." celebrates the Black cultural renaissance that existed in Tulsa's Greenwood District and investigates the 100-year-old Race Massacre that left a stain on American history.

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A 105-year-old woman is leading a lawsuit for reparations for the 1921 Tulsa race 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 Tulsa Race Massacre at a city cemetery, although they are unsure how many bodies are underneath.

Russell Westbrook is working on a docuseries detailing the 1921 Black Wall Street race massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, per @Variety 

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Hellscape after Tulsa Race Massacre, June 1921: #LOC 

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The Tulsa Race Massacre took place in May of 1921. For 18 hours, white mobs tossed Molotov cocktails and torched churches and hospitals, killing 300 black people died. On Juneteenth, Trump will hold a rally there. Not any rally, a white supremacist rally.

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.

"Almost blasphemous": Trump plans rally in Tulsa, site of a race massacre, on Juneteenth

Trump’s return rally will be June 19th in Tulsa, Oklahoma. On MSNBC just now, @JoyAnnReid  notes that the city was the site of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921. And that June 19th is Juneteenth

The 1921 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.

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