The Tulsa Race Massacre happened one hundred years ago.

Here are teaching and learning resources.  I’m adding this list to “Best” Lists Of The Week: Resources For Teaching & Learning About Race & Racism.

The Massacre Of Black Wall Street is a short online graphic novel The Watchmen television show did with the Atlantic marketing team. As fans of the show know, the Tulsa massacre opens the series and is a driving theme throughout its episodes.

Teaching Tolerance has a lesson plan.

Oklahoma will finally teach the Tulsa Race Massacre in its schools is from The Hill.

The Tulsa Race Massacre is from the History Channel.

May 31, 1921: Tulsa Massacre is from The Zinn Education Project.

Human Rights Watch calls for Tulsa Race Massacre reparations a century after violence is from The Washington Post.

Black Wall Street and the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, Explained is from Teen Vogue.


Tulsa and the Many Sins of Racism is by Paul Krugman.

21 Heartbreaking Pictures From The Aftermath Of The Tulsa Massacre

The Haunting of Tulsa, Okla. is from The NY Times.

The 1921 TULSA RACE MASSACRE CENTENNIAL COMMISSION has several lesson plans.

Tulsa Objects in the NMAAHC Collection is from The Smithsonian.

See this NY Times interactive showing what the race massacre destroyed.

Greenwood, 1921: One of the worst race massacres in American history is from 60 Minutes.


Teaching About the Tulsa Race Massacre With The New York Times is from The NY Times Learning Network.

My great-grandmother survived the 1921 Tulsa massacre. We’re not heeding her history is from CNN.

Burned from the land: How 60 years of racial violence shaped America is from CNN.

Tulsa Race Massacre: Ramifications of what happened in 1921 can still be seen today is from NPR.