In this 1256 Movement video you can hear homeowner Kamaria Clardy share her heart about how it feels to see her 70-year-old home restored to new life for her family.
White people like me have not told the story I’m about to tell. Instead, white people have largely buried Tulsa’s racial history, specifically of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Enraged
The cost of the land or a cash payment of $10,000 can be credited back to the buyer at closing.
Land Sourcing and Funding1256 is actively working with the city and private sources to acquire land by proxy for 1,256 black individuals or families seeking to build homes in Tulsa
A person wishing to acquire land and build a home can make their wishes known to the leadership of 1256 in any form, from verbal to handwritten note, to our
No, there is not enough quality, affordable housing in North Tulsa. The history of this problem is rooted in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. “Tulsa needs 3,000 to 4,000 more
According to the Community Service Council Tulsa Equality Indicators, home ownership for Black Tulsans (32%) is roughly half of home ownership for white Tulsans (57.9%). This disproportionately low level of