Tulsa Race Massacre

The actor weighed in on critical race theory in primary education, arguing that everyone should learn about the 1921 Tulsa massacre.
A vigil held in remembrance of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, a Michigan graduation and protests in Colombia round out this week's most stunning images.
"My fellow Americans, this was not a riot; this was a massacre," Biden said on the centennial of the attack on “Black Wall Street."
The president will on Tuesday take part in a remembrance of one of the nation’s darkest moments of racial violence in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The president declared a day to “reflect on the deep roots of racial terror in our nation,” marking 100 years since a white mob destroyed the Black neighborhood of Greenwood.
The last remaining survivors are fighting for reparations. City leaders are building a $30 million museum. Here's a look at how Tulsa is grappling with its past — and its future.
"I still see Black men being shot, Black bodies lying in the street," said 107-year-old Viola Fletcher, who testified along with two other survivors of the 1921 attack.
Kevin Stitt was taken off the panel a week after he signed a bill outlawing the teaching of some race and racism concepts in public schools.
Researchers are working to identify the remains found in 10 wooden coffins.
The suit demands redress for the destruction of the city's once prosperous Black district in one of the worst acts of racial violence in U.S. history.