GREG R. TAYLOR SHARES FIVE YEARS OF DOCTORAL RESEARCH THAT LED TO FOUNDING OF THE NON-PROFIT 1256 MOVEMENT
Black owned homes burned by White mobs
June 1, 1921
A theological anthropology that centers suffering and resilience of Black people in the aftermath of the 1921 Tulsa massacre. How did Black and white Christian communities in 1921 respond to the massacre? A research model of functional change measures how the author’s faith community today responds to narratives of the massacre. Exposes and seeks to change systemic and internalized white supremacy that leads to inequities and trauma of Black people. Since no public reparations for the massacre have been performed, the author joins efforts toward reparative justice for Black Tulsans.
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