Through direct services, public education, and advocacy, we seek justice and reparations for the victims, survivors, and descendants of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

The Justice for Greenwood Foundation aims to revitalize the Greenwood Community and Diaspora through education, advocacy and direct services to lift the community out of poverty and to address the major areas of inequality and injustice directly caused by the Massacre such as: Health, Education, Real Estate, and Generational Wealth.

Tiffany Cross and
Damario Solomon-Simmons
discuss what’s at stake
in the September 28 hearing.


In 1921, a white racist mob was deputized, armed, and directed by government officials to destroy Greenwood. Also known as Black Wall Street, Greenwood was a thriving black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In what is now known as the Tulsa Race Massacre, hundreds were murdered, thousands left homeless, and nearly $100M in property was burned to the ground.No one has ever been held accountable or paid reparations.

Additional stories and the continued harm

How and Why NYC Law Firm Schulte Roth & Zabel (SRZ) Joined the Historic Tulsa Race Massacre Lawsuit

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The Making of Greenwood: Land, Freedom, and Wealth

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What’s at Stake in the Upcoming September 28 Hearing? (Tiffany Cross & Damario Solomon-Simmons)

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