The history of the Tulsa race massacre that destroyed America’s wealthiest black neighborhood
Meagan Day

It’s clear from reading some comments why history is doomed to repeat itself. Back then, simply tripping and falling against a white woman were grounds for lynching and murder. Today having a broken taillight, brandishing a toy gun, selling cigarettes illegally , is grounds for the same – that is if you’re black.

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