From 1917 to 1923, there were 25 White Supremacist race massacres across the United States.  There was also a determination by Blacks to rise from the ashes.  Director, writer and producer DAWN PORTER brings the 1921 Tulsa Massacre into sharper focus and context with her film, "RISE AGAIN: Tulsa and The Red Summer."

​Learn more about Dawn Porter's films HERE.


Mentioned on the show:
DeNeen L. Brown, Reporter, Washington Post
Rev. Robert R.A. Turner, Pastor, Historic Vernon AME Church
Reparations Tulsa Race Massacre survivors, U.S. Congress

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RISE AGAIN

DAWN PORTER, writer/producer, director of RISE AGAIN: Tulsa and the Red Summer

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"Compared to What": Les McCann & Eddie Harris