"Fire In Little Africa" Hip-Hop Project Commemorates 1921 Race Massacre

by The Black Wall Street Times -


Tulsa hip-hop royalty recording in the former home of KKK leader Tate Brady @skyline.venue Photo by @fivvish.


Produced with the support of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission℠, Woody Guthrie Center, and Bob Dylan Center℠, the project features a hip-hop album, a documentary, a podcast, and an educational curriculum.


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