Beyond Tulsa: The Historic Legacies and Overlooked Stories of America’s ‘Black Wall Streets’ — TIME

Between May 31 and June 1, 1921, as many as 300 people were killed in one of the deadliest race massacres in U.S. history. Riled up by rumors of a Black man raping a young white woman, a white mob burned down the Tulsa, Okla., neighborhood of Greenwood—a.k.a. “Black Wall Street,” the affluent commercial and…

Beyond Tulsa: The Historic Legacies and Overlooked Stories of America’s ‘Black Wall Streets’ — TIME