Updated: Feb 20
From the earliest days of Oklahoma’s settlement, African Americans struggled to secure their civil rights in this land. From the Territorial Legislature through the Tulsa Race Massacre and the battles that integrated state universities, lunch counters, and schools, these brave men and women never gave up the hard work of justice. Now, a Tulsa writer and researcher collaborate to tell the story of the Civil Rights Movement in Oklahoma.
By Quraysh Ali Lansana