DIALOGUE AND DISCUSSION ON EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT AND RACE
In 1921, Tulsa was considered the "Oil Capital of the World," and the black community was among the most prosperous in the nation. The Greenwood se...
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I am sure that everyone is aware of this historical event.
Ali-It appears that even the month of Febuary cannot cause curiosty to enter into the mental environment of the DEAD!!!!
The infrastructure that had come to exist in Tulsa was only one of many that had been created into existence all over the United States. Now, in this time, today, very few have a clue about what was accomplished.
And you are right Brother Ali, everyone needs to know and understand the magnitude of the accomplishments that this group of people achieved.
whenever cap'tn save a negro, stands up and shouts, I have to think about what shakesphere was transmitting when he wrote about "Sound and fury, signifying nothing".
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