Tuesday, December 7, 2021
1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial

1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial

www.oklahomawatch.org By Bobby Ross, Sr.   The words on the wall are jarring. They are filled with racist language and victim blaming. Worst of all, they are taken from the mouths of professed men of God — from sermons preached on the Sunday after...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Recognized officials to participate in press conference and reception on Wednesday, June 16,  2021, 10:30 AM. Location: Greenwood Welcome Center, 101 N Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa,  Oklahoma 74120 Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 11, 2021, – The Greenwood Chamber of...
The Cameras Are Gone, What Now June 1 has come and gone and there were impressive expressions of how horrible the massacre was and how Tulsa is still an intolerant metropolitan city. To be fair, every major and minor city...
www.yourblackworld.net By Victor Omondi   To mark 100 years after the horrific Tulsa race massacre, the Justice for Greenwood Foundation will award the three living survivors a $300K gift. The move comes after years of calls for reparations and justice for the survivors...
By Chris Polansky Tulsa Public Radio Tulsa is preparing for its second consecutive June featuring thousands of visitors, demonstrations and a visit from the President of the United States, and the head of the city's police force said they're better prepared...
By Matt Trotter Tulsa Public Radio The Oklahoma Senate adopted on Wednesday a four-page resolution commemorating the centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Senate Resolution 24 was introduced by Senate President Pro Tem Greg Treat. "I think it’s an important truth that...