Radio: How the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre spent most of last century unremembered

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How the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre spent most of last century unremembered

When the smoke cleared in June 1921, the toll from the massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was catastrophic — scores of lives lost, homes and businesses burned to the ground, a thriving Black community gutted by a white mob. NewsNation’s Felicia Bolton reports.

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