Carlos was part of a live panel discussion with A Kids Company About, discussing the importance of who gets to tell the story, how that shapes what we remember, and how it impacts our culture and society structures. Watch the video.
How Code for Tulsa is using data to tell a fuller picture about life in the Greenwood neighborhood before—and after—the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
There’s been renewed interest in the story of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre following the centennial anniversary of the event last year—but data on what Greenwood was really like before and after the massacre hasn’t been compiled into one comprehensive map—until now. Recently, the Code for Tulsa Brigade partnered with … Read More
Ahha Tulsa Hosts Book-Signing Events About Tulsa Race Massacre
Ahha Tulsa hosted two authors of children’s books for a signing event and panel discussion Saturday afternoon. The books, titled “Opal’s Greenwood Oasis” and “A Kids Book About the Tulsa Race Massacre“, talk about the Greenwood District before and during the Race Massacre. The authors read their books and answered … Read More
Children’s book on Tulsa Race Massacre encourages open dialogue between parents and kids
Saturday afternoon, Green Country kids got the opportunity to learn about one of the city’s darkest times at ahha Tulsa. A panel discussion centered around how to talk to children about the Tulsa Race Massacre. “Whether it be about the race massacre itself or racism. Or different topics in Black … Read More