Tulsa Race Massacre Commemoration
In order to commemorate the Tulsa Race Massacre on it's 100-year anniversary, the City Council participated in various events throughout the year.
Learn more about these events and resources for the Tulsa Race Massacre below.
Coming in 2021
1. LeBron James' Spring Hill will produce a documentary with Bad Rap's Salima Koroma directing.
2. Dream Hampton, who exec produced Surviving R. Kelly, is planning a miniseries titled Black Wall Street with Cineflix Productions.
3. Russell Westbrook, another NBA superstar, partnered with production house Blackfin for a docuseries titled Terror in Tulsa: The Rise and Fall of Black Wall Street, to be directed by Stanley Nelson, the filmmaker behind Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool.
4. National Geographic special: New documentary from filmmaker Dawn Porter (John Lewis: Good Trouble, The Way I See It). Tentatively titled Red Summer.
5. New documentary, Tulsa: The Fire and the Forgotten, premieres Monday, May 31 at 9 p.m. on PBS (check local listings), pbs.org and the PBS Video app.
In Search of History: The Night Tulsa Burned
from The History Channel, Feb. 19, 1999
Tulsa Race Riot (Massacre) Commission Interviews Tape 1
from the Oklahoma Historical Society
Soul of a Nation - Tulsa's Buried Truth
from ABC News, April 6, 2021
American History Tellers: Tulsa Race Massacre
from Wondery, May 29, 2019