Stand with Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors, their Descendants, & Black Creek Freedmen

Greenwood, “Black Wall Street,” co-founded by Black Creeks, emerged as a prominent and affluent Black community in the US. It provided sanctuary from post-Civil War oppression but suffered during the Tulsa Race Massacre. This event, along with urban renewal challenges, led to the controversial removal of Black Creeks from the Muscogee Creek Nation in 1979.


Here are 5 ways you can help:

1. Donate to Justice for Greenwood.



2. Spread the word to help us get #JusticeforGreenwood

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3. Sign our petitions

Tulsa Race Massacre Petition
Justice for Black Creeks Petition


4. Follow us on social media



5. Learn more about our Genealogy program

Through the Genealogy Project, we work with world-class Genealogists to research, identify, and document the lineage of every individual and entity that experienced the Tulsa Race Massacre and its immediate aftermath. Through this project, we will also create family trees and design and maintain a comprehensive roll of documented Massacre victims.

Genealogy Project