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What Was the Tulsa Race Massacre and Why Does it Still Haunt the City?

The Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma was one of the wealthiest African American neighborhoods in the U.S. But in 1921 it was the site of the worst race massacre in U.S. history. Learn about this and other events in Black history.

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What Was the Tulsa Race Massacre and Why Does it Still Haunt the City?

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