Imagine looking the only survivors of one of the worst and most notorious race massacres in America’s history right in the eye and telling them they aren’t owed anything for what they suffered. Imagine saying that to Black people who are seeking reparations, not as the descendants of the people who suffered, but as the sufferers themselves.

On the 103rd anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre, Ashli Sims of Build In Tulsa explains the city's current plan to rebuild Black affluence.

The unthinkable levels of racist devastation was inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District of Tulsa more than 100 years ago beginning on May 31, 1921.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

An Oklahoma judge denied reparations to Tulsa Race Massacre survivors one day after a state school boss said the violence wasn't race-based.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

The city has been fighting accountability for over 100 years.

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.

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.

Opinion

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.

News

As we remember the Tulsa Massacre 100 years later, let’s not only remember the violence but the actions of those who fought with the hope that it would never be repeated.

“Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre," a new documentary about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, tells the story of Greenwood from its founding to the present through rare footage and interviews with historians and community leaders.

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.