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Did Greed Derail a Handful of Tulsa Massacre Commemoration Events?

It’s disrespectful that three survivors are still living in poverty with no reparations in sight

Give her all the flowers. Viola Fletcher accepts roses and lilies during a commemoration event for the 1921 Tulsa Massacre. Photo: Getty Images

All eyes are on Tulsa, Oklahoma, this week as the nation remembers the tragic events of May 31 to June 1, 1921, when a White mob killed some 300 Black residents and looted the community known…




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Kristal Brent Zook

Kristal Brent Zook

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