SOURCE: Washington Post
Black business owners in the Greenwood district of Tulsa argue that the city's redevelopment plans for the area will erase the history of the 1921 race massacre, even as that history has begun to be recovered.
SOURCE: ABC 8 Tulsa
Two coffins were discovered in Oaklawn Cemetery, where victims of the 1921 anti-Black massacre were buried. Forensic analysis has not yet connected the remains to the violent mob attacks on the city's Black community.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
While the HBO series directed national attention to the Tulsa massacre, some Black descendants of the residents of the Greenwood district targeted by mob violence and arson were uncomfortable with their families' tragedy being mined for dramatic purposes.
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