“The Tulsa Massacre is the deadliest outbreak of white terrorist violence against a black community in American history.”

Dr. Karlos K. Hill, Foreword to 1921: Reporting a Massacre by Randy Krehbiel

Tulsa and State of Oklahoma officials aided White mobs in a pogrom of Greenwood. The Red Cross in 1921 estimated 300 Black people were killed. More than one hundred businesses, schools, churches, a hospital, and 1,256 homes were looted and burned to ash and rubble. For 100 years no reparations have ever been paid by city, county, or state to victims, survivors, and descendants of Greenwood.


 

You want to build a home.

1256 Movement helps you with a collective of realtors, builders, bankers, and friends to come along with you.


The 1256 Movement promotes homebuilding for Black families as a reparation for destruction of 1,256 homes in Greenwood.


You have a Black owned contracting business or want to learn more about building homes.

Join the 1256 Movement Contractor Development Program


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build homes with and for Black Tulsans


You want to help heal and build.

Join the 1256 Movement to pay reparations to 1,256 Black families building new or rehab homes.

 

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The contractor development program is not only teaching us valuable skills in homebuilding but also helping with our vision to develop whole neighborhoods.

Chuck and Amber Oputa, AOG REALTY AND KINGDOM VISION INVESTMENTS

I want to thank you for materials and additional funds to remodel my home. 1256 Movement has truly blessed my family.

Darlene Daughrity, ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR, BLACK WALL STREET CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


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