Tulsa Race Massacre
An Oklahoma judge denied reparations to Tulsa Race Massacre survivors one day after a state school boss said the violence wasn't race-based.
Attorney General Merrick Garland clarifies the U.S. approach to violent white nationalists and far-right extremists, promising to protect civil liberties and civil rights in the process.
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.
Just days ahead of a widely promoted commemorative event surrounding the Tulsa Race Massacre's 100-year anniversary, the Tulsa Race Commission announced the cancellation of its "Rise and Remember” centennial celebration.
Ahead of an event marking the 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, the group tasked with planning the centennial removed Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt from its committee.
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