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Seeking Reconciliation; The Legacy of Tulsa, 1921
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Seeking Reconciliation; The Legacy of Tulsa, 1921

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Grade Level Grades 9-12
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 Tulsa became the site of one of the worst race massacres in American history. The catastrophe obliterated the prosperous Greenwood African-American community; In those hours, people, property, hopes, and dreams vanished. The damage ran into the millions. Scores, likely hundreds, of people died. Many others lay injured. Many African-Americans fled Tulsa, never to return.  The city is, in some respects, still recovering. Use these lessons to teach your students to embrace harmony and speak out against bigotry in their community.

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October 28, 2022
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