New Research Identifies Possible Mass Graves From 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

New Research Identifies Possible Mass Graves From 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

The State of Oklahoma Archaeological Survey found evidence in Tulsa of what may be at least two mass burial sites, with more than 100 bodies. These are thought to be graves of victims of the Race Massacre in 1921. The massacre began in May 1921 when a white mob marched on Greenwood, one of the richest black communities in the country. It was often referred to as ’Negro Wall Street.’

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Anti White Propaganda. I don't need to feel bad for what happened 100 years ago when I wasn't alive, nor do I owe reparations for the color of my skin. Some white people bad some white people good you already know this its non controversial. Some black people bad some black people good, you already know this its non controversial https://youtu.be/o8B5nPX5Oyk

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