1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
The three remaining Tulsa Race Massacre survivors will finally get the chance to make a case for why the massacre was a "public nuisance" and how it continues to impact the Black community.
After several hours the department deleted the tweet without explanation. Still, the post raises questions about the department's capacity to care about Black men killed by police and other forms of violence against Black and other communities of color.
Six Greenwood descendants, representing three families, shared their moving reflections with iOne Digital about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre ahead of the commemoration of its centennial.
Biden is also expected to visit the historic site and spend time with survivors and descendants.
The Tulsa Race Massacre is a stark example of the failure of the U.S. democracy to provide justice for race-based terroristic violence – to require reparative justice – thus, condoning it.
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