Massacre

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100 years ago, a White mob in Tulsa, Okla., killed 300 Black people and reduced a thriving Black community to ashes. New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow talks about one of the most notorious massacres in U.S. history and those who witnessed it. ...
A security guard at a Nike store across from the Black Wall Street Gallery on Mercer Street in Manhattan spotted the vandalism. ...
Known at the time as “Black Wall Street,” 100 years ago, the Tulsa race massacre took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma. J.Kavin Ross, the great-grandson of a survivor, joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss the effects the Tulsa race massacre had on his family and the Tulsa community. ...
White House declined to say if President Joe Biden supported reparations for victims of the Tulsa Race Massacre after a star-studded anniversary memorial was canceled over the issue.  ...

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