Here Be Monsters Podcast Ep. 140

by KCRW


A man surveying the damage of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921 with a sun rising and pillars of smoke billowing. Original image from the collection of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Digital manipulation by Jeff Emtman.

California-based podcast Here Be Monsters has released an episode featuring Tulsa-based hip-hop artists as they tell their story about growing up in North Tulsa, struggling to develop a musical identity, and learning about Black Wall Street and the Race Massacre of 1921.


This episode features artists involved in the multi-media hip-hop project Fire in Little Africa and also references The Nightmare in Dreamland article by Lee Roy Chapman, published by This Land Press.


Listen to the podcast and read about its creation at Here Be Monsters.


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