PBS NewsHour

How art is retelling the powerful stories of Tulsa massacre

Clip: 05/28/2021 | 7m 15s | Video has closed captioning.

100 years ago Monday, a white mob descended on a Black neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, killing people and burning homes and businesses. The Tulsa massacre, as it came to be known, is being remembered in many ways — one of them, an art and history project known as the Greenwood Art Project. Jeffrey Brown has our report for our arts and culture series, CANVAS.

Aired: 05/28/21

Rating: NR

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