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Pinback button promoting reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre, ca. 2001
Pinback button promoting reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre, ca. 2001
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Compensations Quotation from Emerson, c1917, (1917). Artist: Ralph Waldo Emerson
Compensations Quotation from Emerson, c1917, (1917). Artist: Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Counting the compensation money for the murder of Mr Richardson, Japan, 1863
Counting the compensation money for the murder of Mr Richardson, Japan, 1863
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Envoys of the Japanese Prince of Nagato paying the indemnity for the affair of Simonosaki
Envoys of the Japanese Prince of Nagato paying the indemnity for the affair of Simonosaki
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Meeting of the Arbitrators on the Alabama claims at Geneva, 1871 (late 19th century)
Meeting of the Arbitrators on the Alabama claims at Geneva, 1871 (late 19th century)
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Pinback button promoting reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre, ca. 2001 Featured Print

Pinback button promoting reparations for the Tulsa Race Massacre, ca. 2001

On 31 May-1 June 1 1921, mobs of White residents, many of them deputised and given weapons by city officials, attacked Black residents and destroyed homes and businesses of the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The attacks, carried out on the ground and from private aircraft, burned and destroyed more than 35 square blocks of the neighbourhood known as "Black Wall Street - at the time the wealthiest Black community in the United States. More than 800 people were admitted to hospitals, and as many as 6,000 Black residents were interned in large facilities, many of them for several days. The event is among "the single worst incident[s] of racial violence in American history". A red pinback button with white lettering centered in the middle that reads "REPARATIONS / NOW! / GREENWOOD / CULTURAL CENTER / TULSA, OK." Owned by Eddie Faye Gates

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