Wed, Oct 20 | Zoom Presentation

PRESENTATION: The Burning of Greenwood - Voices from Tulsa, Then and Now

Join us to learn about Chief Amusan’s dynamic history walking tour of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Randy Hopkins’s eye-opening research into the media coverup of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
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PRESENTATION: The Burning of Greenwood - Voices from Tulsa, Then and Now

Time & Location

Oct 20, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Zoom Presentation

About this Event

Join us to learn about Chief Amusan’s dynamic history walking tour of Greenwood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Randy Hopkins’s eye-opening research into the media coverup of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Each of these scholar-activists brings deep knowledge and transformational energy to the efforts currently underway to secure justice and reparations for Tulsa’s African American community some 100 years after the devastating attack on Greenwood by whites known as the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Chief Egunwale Amusan is a lifetime resident of Tulsa, a Social Justice Advocate, Certified Chief Councilor, and a Greenwood historian/researcher committed to justice for descendants and the preservation of Greenwood's history. He is a board member of the Center for Public Secrets, an alternative arts + culture institution in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As a key influencer in the Black Wall Street Movement, he serves as Adviser to the Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce.

Randy Hopkins was born in Tulsa and raised in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. A graduate of Oklahoma State University and the University of Texas School of Law, he was a trial lawyer in Houston, Texas. He later moved to Oregon where he now resides. A student of Tulsa history, his article, “Birthday of the Klan: The Tulsa Outrage of 1917,” published in The Chronicles of Oklahoma, won the annual Muriel Wright Award issued by the Oklahoma Historical Society in 2020 for Outstanding Article.

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