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Attorneys For Living Tulsa Survivors Appeal Dismissed Reparations Case
They’ve been waiting 102 years for justice, a lawyer for the three race riot victims says.
Oklahoma Judge Dismisses 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Reparations Case Filed By Survivors
Judge Caroline Wall said the lawsuit “should and shall be dismissed with prejudice" in her ruling.
Oldest Living Tulsa Race Massacre Survivor Viola Ford Fletcher Publishes Memoir
Out of fear, she never spoke about what she witnessed as a 7-year-old child.
Judge Allows Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors To Sue For Reparations But Dismisses Descendants’ Case
Three survivors, all over 100 years old, demand justice for the 1921 racist attack that destroyed ‘Black Wall Street.’
Biden Comes To Tulsa To Remember Those Who Suffered in the 1921 Massacre, And Still Do
The president addressed the horror of a century ago.
The Tulsa Race Massacre 100 Years Later: Why Descendants Are Demanding Reparations For The Racial Terrorism Their Ancestors Faced
Descendants of the victims explain why restitution is owed.
Not Just Tulsa: Race Massacres That Devastated Black Communities In Rosewood, Atlanta, and Other American Cities
There is a long history of white terrorism destroying Black communities.
Rediscovering Black Wall Street: New Film Reaches Back Into Tulsa’s Once Thriving Business District
Filmmaker Nailah Jefferson looks at the Greenwood District.