A Theological Anthropology of White Supremacy, Black Suffering, Human Resilience After the 1921 Tulsa Massacre
GREG R. TAYLOR shares five years of doctoral research that led to the founding of the non-profit 1256 Movement.
When LeRon West asked me for a few moments of my time, I never imagined he would be taking me on a personal tour of Greenwood history.
Greg Taylor reflects on what he learned in the course taught by Dr. Karlos K. Hill, “The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre: Lessons and Legacies.”
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. She says, “Thank you 1256 for helping me re-build my blessing. It’s what my family has known, my children have known, what I have known. I am so grateful to keep my blessing!”