In 1921 the Greenwood district of Tulsa, Oklahoma was the site of a nothing less than a race massacre. African-Americans were murdered, their homes and business burned down. Why was this tale largely lost to history for both Blacks and whites?
Larry Potash traveled to Oklahoma to meet a small group of people searching for justice, a century later.
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