THE LEGACY OF BLACK WALL STREET PT.2
Part 2 of 2: After the 1921 massacre, Tulsa’s Greenwood district rises again, despite obstacles from integration and urban renewal.
(Original air date: June 8, 2021)
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Dr Diahanne Rhiney
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