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Search for 1921 Tulsa race massacre victims resumes after decades of ’cover-up’

Search for 1921 Tulsa race massacre victims resumes after decades of ’cover-up’

A team of researchers & historians resumed test excavations of potential unmarked mass graves from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre on Monday at Tulsa’s Oaklawn Cemetery. The radars earlier this year had confirmed an anomaly with regards to the mass graves. Researchers plan to dig a 6-by-3-meter excavation area using the backhoe followed by shovels, trowels and delicate tools if remains are uncovered.

Milan
Milan
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 months

There the cancerous media goes again ripping the scab off the wound to let it fester. They want us to be devided based on our race so they keep bringing it up and driving a wedge into it. We must learn from history but not let it cloud are judgment. It doesn't matter the race we all (black and white) have ancestors which at one time were opressers and at other times the opressed. The only way for us to unite and move forward as a society is to let go of our past and move on.

Clara
Clara 1 months

Justice delayed is justice denied. This is an extremely important step in helping the victims' families get some sense of relief. Hopefully the ones who were involved in the massacre can be identified, if possible.

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