Recently, I appeared on the Janus Adams Show and discussed Black Wall Street and the 1921 Tulsa race riot. You can listen to the interview by clicking the following link:

Here’s an excerpt from the podcast page: “On May 30, 1921, Greenwood – home to a city of Black strivers – stood tall. Two days later, it was a smoldering rubble. In what is considered the worst race riot in U.S. history, hundreds were murdered as White marauders backed by local government took to the streets in rage; leaving bodies – many decapitated, tarred and feathered, burned alive – in their wake and 10,000 people homeless.”