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“The Foundation of the Wealth:” Why Black Wall Street Boomed

SLIDE SHOW By ELLEN KNICKMEYER Associated Press In a century-old family story about a teenage aunt who liked to drive her luxury car down the trolley tracks...

[VIDEO] Damage lingers 100 years after Tulsa Race Massacre

Black Tulsa never really recovered from the devastation 100 years ago, when buildings in Greenwood -- or Black Wall Street -- was flattened. As...

100 Years After Tulsa Race Massacre, The Damage Remains

AARON MORRISON | AP On a recent Sunday, Ernestine Alpha Gibbs returned to Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church. Not her body. She had left this Earth...

Review: America Struggles to Reconcile the Tulsa Genocide

By Jeff Rowe, AP “The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice,” by Scott Ellsworth (Dutton) No one really knows what 19-year-old Dick...

SD Community College District BHM Events

Voice & Viewpoint Newswire The San Diego Community College District is celebrating Black History Month with films, Black storytelling, a remembrance of the Tulsa race...