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FEATURING ANNELIESE BRUNER - If ever there was a clear cut example of a community whose residents deserved reparations, it would be Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood district, known historically as Black Wall Street and destroyed by a white mob more than a hundred years ago. Descendants of survivors of the "Tulsa Race Massacre" have been agitating for reparations for years.

In the meantime, a new generation of Tulsa’s residents are rebuilding what was lost. Writing about it for YES! Magazine’s new Realizing Reparations series is Anneliese Bruner, writer and editor. Her great grandmother was Mary E. Parrish, a survivor of the Tulsa Massacre.

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