The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission dedicated Greenwood Rising History Center on Wednesday with an official ribbon cutting by community leaders and donors. The $18.2 million project was funded with local and state dollars and private donations. The exhibits were designed by Lo…
Droves of Black Tulsans fled the burning city on foot May 31-June 1, 1921, during the Tulsa Race Massacre. One hundred years later, people of various races, ethnicities and backgrounds took the same path for “A Century Walk: 100 Years, 1921-2021.”
One day after releasing a debut album on Motown Records and the new single "Elevator" debuting in the top 10 rap singles on Apple Music, Fire in Little Africa performed Saturday to a large hometown crowd at the Black Wall Street Legacy Festival.
Black Wall Street Legacy Festival kicked off Friday morning with a Black Wall Street Memorial March led by the three remaining survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre: Hughes Van Ellis, 100; Lessie Benningfield “Mother” Randle, 106; and Viola “Mother” Fletcher, 107.