Historians say up to 300 Black people were killed in the 1921 attack and the days that followed. Nearly all are believed to have been buried in mass graves approved by white authorities of the time.
Some of the 19 bodies taken from a Tulsa cemetery and later reburied that could include remains of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre will be exhumed again starting Wednesday.
The president met with survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre as the nation pauses to mark the anniversary of an attack that remains one of the worst episodes of racial violence in U.S. history.
Ariel Investments CEO John Rogers, TIAA CEO Thasunda Duckett, and former American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault reflect on what the Tulsa events a century ago has meant to them.
Paul Rucker's multimedia work tackles mass incarceration, lynching, police brutality and the ways America has been shaped by slavery. His latest marks the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Monday is the 100th anniversary of one of the worst acts of racial violence in American history. A spate of books and documentaries are marking the moment; we round up three to watch this weekend.
When author Jewell Parker Rhodes tried to publish a novel retelling the story of the Tulsa Race Massacre, she found that not everyone was ready to reckon with the city's painful, traumatic history.
On May 31, 1921, a group of white locals launched an attack on a thriving Black neighborhood in Tulsa, Okla. The Tulsa Race Massacre was one of the worst incidents of racial violence in U.S. history.