As part of a one-year anniversary celebration, the Black Wall Street history center has been added to the Bloomberg Connects mobile app, which also offers an enhanced experience for in-person visitors.
District Judge Caroline Wall gave three survivors another chance to seek relief through the courts, but she said "a large part of the remedy for this is up to the County and state of Oklahoma to do on its own."
"Dreamland: Tulsa 1921," will be part of the chorale's upcoming Tulsa concert, which is titled "Let Us March On!"
The concert will be held 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 6, at Trinity Episcopal Church.
Over the past two years, research teams hired by the city have excavated two sites near the southwest boundary of Oaklawn Cemetery.
The city plans to expand the search at Oaklawn and to resume the search for possible mass graves at Newblock Park, west of downtown, and The Canes, an area alongside the Arkansas River near downtown.
The $20 million project which sits at the corner of Greenwood Avenue and Archer Street honors the icons of Black Wall Street and memorializes the victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
One year ago today, President Joe Biden visited Tulsa’s Greenwood District, 100 years after it was destroyed by white gangs.
"I am in Oklahoma on this date on purpose," lead reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones said Tuesday. "As states all across the country began trying to legislate (against) the 1619 Project, I decided to go to all the places that were trying to ban it.
“One of the things we realized early ... was that the centennial was going to be an inflection point, not a finish line,” Mayor G.T. Bynum said.
Asked to reflect on the centennial and any lasting legacy, several Tulsa leaders agreed that important goals and mileposts have been reached.
The Heritage Foundation's political arm and the Oklahoma office of Americans For Prosperity, among others, lauded Stitt's veto Thursday of two tax relief measures approved by the Legislature and his call for a special session to approve more sweeping tax cuts.
An exhibit about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre that originally debuted in conjunction with last year’s centennial is being reopened to the public by the Tulsa City-County Library.
Broken promises from governments have a generational effect because of their occurrence throughout history, beginning with Native American nations, said Vanessa Adams-Harris of the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation.
"We know the difference between generosity and justice, and today we're experiencing generosity," said state Rep. Regina Goodwin, D-Tulsa. "This has nothing to do with reparations; this has to do with a man's heart."
“We have a lot of work to do, but nobody in the country has ever gotten this far,” lead attorney Damario Solomon-Simmons announced to a cheering crowd of supporters outside the courtroom.
The City Council resolution is nonbinding and does not obligate the city to any type of compensation.
Henry Louis Gates Jr., the show's creator and host, met with Lessie Benningfield Randle, Viola Fletcher and Hughes Van Ellis when he the guest of Tulsa Town Hall on April 8.
Tulsa faithful observe Good Friday with St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church's Crucifixion re-enactment. At the Greenwood Walk to the Cross worshippers sang hymns, prayed and speakers drew comparisons to the suffering of Christ and the cruelty inflicted on him to the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
The confusion stemmed from concerns that the city had shifted its focus from a murder investigation to an archaeological dig.
Greg Robinson, a community organizer and former mayoral candidate, will help develop a proposed community-based process.
Center officials announced Friday that a Q&A panel discussion will be shared online at 2 p.m. Feb. 24.
State Rep. Regina Goodwin introduced two other somewhat related bills.
The center, which officially opened in August, recently surpassed 20,000 visitors, its interim director said.
2021's Most Memorable Photos: President Joe Biden visited Tulsa’s Greenwood District in June. This photo gallery is free to view this week thanks to Bill Knight Automotive.
2021's Most Memorable Stories: They say Black Tulsans were blocked from economic justice and deserve reparations.
This story is free to read this week thanks to Bill Knight Automotive.
The embers had barely cooled before Black Tulsans began rebuilding Greenwood Avenue. This story is free to read.
A Tulsa-based advocacy group on Tuesday presented a supplemental letter to Justice Department officials detailing its request that a formal investigation begin regarding the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and the city's handling of the massacre's aftermath.
In a year that shined an international spotlight on a portion of Tulsa's regrettable history, Viola Fletcher, Hughes Van Ellis and Lessie Randle beamed the brightest.