Hughes Van Ellis, One of the Last Known Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors, Dies at 102

The remaining survivors are battling against time in a reparations lawsuit.

Search for Tulsa Race Massacre Victims Reveals Undiscovered Set of Graves and Remains

It’s the third excavation of its type conducted by the State of Oklahoma.

Police Officers Who Fatally Shot Unarmed Black Man Must Be Reinstated, Arbitrators Order

Quadry Sanders was fatally shot by two Oklahoma cops in December 2021 who still face manslaughter charges.

Black Wall Street Chamber Of Commerce President Sherry Gamble Smith Found Dead In Home With Husband

Police say “it appears to be domestic in nature.”

Report Finds Tulsa Race Massacre Has National Impact on Black Wealth 100 Years Later

The National Bureau of Economic Research says fewer Blacks have owned homes or large assets.

Parole Board Recommends Commuted Death Sentence for Julius Jones

Jones says his attorneys didn’t let him take the stand

Tulsa Searches For Victims Of 1921 Massacre In Unmarked Graves

City wants to heal from the racist violence of 99 years ago.

Oklahoma Schools Add The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre To Its Curriculum

Details about the tragic event will be taught in the state.

Oklahoma Police Fatally Shoot Naked, Unarmed Black Teen Isaiah Mark Lewis

Lewis’ white girlfriend indicated he was having a breakdown.

Oklahoma Woman Arrested For Posting Revenge Porn Of Former Friend

Ciarra Hunter posted nude photos from the victim's Snapchat.