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The Victory of Greenwood, a new book by All Souls member Carlos Moreno, invites readers to view Greenwood from a new perspective, through the lives of some of its most prominent figures such as John & Loula Williams, B.C. Franklin, and Rev. Ben H. Hill. Pre-sales for signed copies of the book are available now on the book’s website. This new collection of 20 historical biographies dispels myths and inaccuracies about the events leading up to the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, and shows Greenwood’s local and national significance after its rebuilding, to today.
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About the Book
The Victory of Greenwood invites readers to view Greenwood from a new perspective, through the lives of some of its most prominent figures, such as John & Loula Williams, B.C. Franklin, and E.L. Goodwin & Jeanne Goodwin. The Victory of Greenwood includes 20 biographies of historically significant figures in Greenwood’s history, from its founding to today. We hope you enjoy reading their stories as much as we've enjoyed bringing them to life.
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About the Author
Carlos Moreno is a graphic designer at CAP Tulsa, Oklahoma's largest anti-poverty nonprofit organization and a national leader in early childhood education. He also volunteers with Code for Tulsa, working to make local government work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century.
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