One Hundred Years After the Tulsa Massacre, Reparations Are Long Overdue

05.27.2021 - By Breaking the Sound Barrier by Amy Goodman

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By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan
One hundred years ago, Tulsa Oklahoma’s thriving African American neighborhood known as “Black Wall Street” was burned to the ground by a white mob. This anniversary falls just a week after the first anniversary of the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The two dates fall on a timeline of terror that we as a society can no longer tolerate.

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