Our Soil Collection Project invites community members to collect soil from sites where lynching's took place during the Tulsa Massacre as personal memorials and public witness to these crimes.
The Equal Justice Initiative in partnership with the Tulsa Community Remembrance Coalition will sponsor an essay contest for students in Tulsa County in conjunction with plans to erect a historical marker to memorialize the victims of the Tulsa Massacre of 1921. Winners will share over $10,000 in award money.
This project will memorialize and pay homage to the victims of racial terror lynching. This will be the City's first comprehensive outdoor memorial dedicated to the hundreds of African-American victims of the Tulsa Massacre of 1921.
The Tulsa Community Remembrance Project invites community members to collect soil from sites where lynching took place as personal memorials and public witness to this history and the devastation these murders wrought upon individuals, families, communities, and our nation as a whole.
Hosted by the Terence Crutcher Foundation
Hosted by McClain High School
Hosted by Church of the Restoration
Hosted by Metropolitan Baptist Church
Hosted by Oklahoma Legislative Black Caucus
Hosted by Morning Star Baptist, All Souls Unitarian, and First Congregational Churches
Hosted by Black Business Owners of Greenwood
Hosted by the African Ancestral Society
Hosted by Metcares Foundation/Greenwood Leadership Academy