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TikTok users are trying to troll Trump's campaign by reserving tickets for Tulsa rally they'll never useRise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer | Trailer | National GeographicBlack Wall Street by donoteat :: an overview of the economics leading to the Tulsa Black Wall Street neighborhood, the events leading up to the massacre, and the massacre and destruction of the neighborhood [32:45]Most public school teachers provide classroom supplies using their own funds or by raising money. Educator Teresa Danks Roark’s roadside fundraising in Tulsa went viral in 2017. This poster is featured in our Giving in America exhibition, where we ask, “Who Pays for Education?”Three additional burials have been found at the site of a mass grave thought to hold the remains of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. An est. 300 people were killed and 800 wounded when a white mob attacked Tulsa’s Black Wall Street neighborhood.A wooden desk that survived the Burning of the Dreamland Theater during the Tulsa Massacre of 1921, 1906Trump’s Tulsa Rally Was a Flop: A Closer Lookolson kundig weaves together the complex life and work of bob dylan in tulsa.REPLAY: Day 1 From Tulsa, OK! - HOT ROD Drag Week 2014Let's talk about Trump's Tulsa rally and what we're missing....How a racist white mob ruined 'Black Wall Street' 100 years agoMy first time capturing a lightning bolt during a thunderstorm in Tulsa, OKSpotted in Tulsa, OK. No idea what it isK-pop stans, teens on TikTok may have inflated expected turnout to President Trump's Tulsa rallyThe "Center of the Universe" in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has a little-known mysterious acoustic phenomenon If you stand in the center of the circle and make a noise, it's echoed back several times louder than it was created, but people standing outside the circle won't hear youReddit members on an Oklahoma subreddit were asked if they were taught about the Tulsa Massacre of 1921 in their schools, here is a summary of those responses:Tulsa Route 66 [Mamiya M645 1000S, 80mm f/2.8, Bergger Pancro 400]The Tulsa Race Massacre is "one of the biggest skeletons" in America's history, Scott Ellsworth, a historian, and author, told Insider. About 300 people were killed and thousands were displaced. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the massacre.On May 31 and June 1, 1921, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, mobs of white residents brutally attacked, ransacked, and razed the thriving African American community of Greenwood, colloquially known as "Black Wall Street." It was the deadliest racial massacre in U.S. history.[Bruce] #Dodgers no. 19 prospect Jacob Amaya has been promoted to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Amaya opened 2022 as one of the best hitters in the entire minor leagues, and though he has cooled off a bit, he still totaled an .870 OPS and 9 HR in 49 games with Tulsa this season.Join us May 20th at 7pm for a virtual screening of Tulsa: The Fire And The Forgotten. Explore the resilience of Greenwood from its origins to how it expanded into a vibrant, financially and socially viable community following the Tulsa Massacre Register:Matchroom USA Card Will Be Staged on The Streets of Downtown Tulsa on Aug. 15Space Station Commander Talks with Oklahoma StudentsPBS NewsHour full episode, June 2, 2022Oklahoma police major says cops are shooting blacks 'much less than they probably ought to be'100 years ago today, the deadliest racial massacre in U.S. history began in the thriving Greenwood African American community of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Black Wall Street in Tulsa was destroyed by a racist mob.New Essay — “Photographing the Tulsa Massacre of 1921”, a hundred years on from the attack on the prosperous Black community of Greenwood, @thinking4achang investigates the massacre's photographic legacy:What we know about the shooting at a Tulsa medical centerWATCH: Tulsa massacre survivor and WWII veteran remembers climate of discriminationHow art is retelling powerful stories of Tulsa massacre, capturing community's hopesTo mark the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, dozens of artists are installing public works around the city:We are so honored that “Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre” has been nominated for 3 Emmy Awards! Congratulations to the entire team who worked tirelessly to tell the powerful and harrowing story of this tragic event and its legacy.I’m a ramp agent for American Airlines in Tulsa (their maintenance base). Two flights to Dallas were canceled yesterday, so they brought in a 777-200 to take all the passengers today. This bird is MASSIVE.HOT ROD Drag Week: The British Invasion! - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 20WATCH: ‘I still smell smoke and see fire,’ says Tulsa race massacre survivorBiden makes history with Tulsa visit, pledges to tackle racial wealth gapThe Tulsa Race Massacre that destroyed Greenwood and much of Black Wall Street did not decimate the spirit of the Black families that remained. Almost from the moment the gunfire ended, Black Tulsans started to rebuild.Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, Tulsa OKOTD in 1921, the deadliest racial massacre in U.S. history began in the thriving Greenwood African American community of Tulsa, OK. Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK was destroyed by a racist mob.Why no Official US Navy Imagery such as this for UAP's - USS Tulsa conducts MQ-8B operations in the Philippine Sea?Tulsa artist Shane Darwent creates haunting totems from storefront awnings. The artist's solo exhibition "Sun Smoke" is currently on view atWATCH LIVE: Biden honors victims of Tulsa race massacre on 100th anniversaryBuck Colbert Franklin, the first Black Oklahoma judge, served for more half a century and practiced before the U.S. Supreme Court. He practiced in Tulsa with Attorney I.H. Spears in 1921 and helped quell the riots.Boston Avenue Methodist grasping Sunday's lunar eclipse in Tulsa, OKAt the age of 6, Dr. Olivia Hooker witnessed the Tulsa Race Massacre firsthand. Sitting before the Tulsa Race Massacre Commission as one of its survivors, Hooker described Ku Klux Klansmen burning her doll’s clothes as they went on a murderous spree.Business/medical/70s bond villain complex in tulsa, okTulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre, a two-hour documentary, will explore the history of one of the worst acts of racist violence in American history and the legacy of these events in our world today. Coming this Spring on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre.BKMPicks: The Tulsa Race Massacre is one of the worst domestic terrorism acts in American history. Hear directly from the descendants, survivors, and new residents in @WNYCStudios podcast Blindspot: Tulsa Burning. Listen now:There's steak and then there's STEAK! 🥩 Meet The Gusher, a 22 oz. bone-in ribeye from The Spudder in Tulsa 😱🤩 Hear more from @duffgoldman on back-to-back episodes of TheBestThingIEverAte, tonight starting @ 10|9c!WATCH LIVE: Tulsa race massacre survivors, advocates testify before House committeeOklahoma Surgery Center - Tulsa, OK.OnThisDay in 1921, the deadliest racial massacre in U.S. history began in the thriving Greenwood African American community of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK was destroyed by a racist mob.PBS NewsHour West live episode, June 1, 2021

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