Friday, June 19, 2020

Kansas City Refuge From Racially Charged Violence Well Remembered

The upside to this story is that this cowtown and a longstanding dedication to creativity helped people overcome otherwise oppressive conditions . . . Read more:

Kansas City's Surprising Connection to the Tulsa Race Massacre

In 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma, witnessed one of the worst instances of racial violence in American history. A mob of white residents attacked the thriving Greenwood neighborhood known as "Black Wall Street," killing and injuring as many as 1,000 Black residents. Amid the chaos, one woman and her 18-month-old son managed to board a train and flee the violence.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a desperate attempt to make killa shitty good, the guy didn’t even live here.

Did cornbread know corn pop! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

You could not point a finger at the present actions in KILLA CITY, by the people claiming poor me status. Still Whiteys fault for their Killing fields based on Illegal drugs and related crimes. Spade is always a spade. Fiction sells more copy than fact. Killa city you tube videos represent mfers.

Anonymous said...

6:30 go back to trailer old man, or your town or suburb. Like it or not change happens so get over it. You could always go back to Ireland

Anonymous said...

Chigger typist comments-