On August 29, back in 1921, Mal Goode became the first African American television reporter, making his debut on ABC.
Most people don’t know that Tate Brady was present during the massacre of 1921…Tate Brady was also a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Nathan Bedford Forrest, the General Secretary of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, was also a Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan. As we see, the history runs deep in this city and truth should be told.
The whole Charlottesville situation was mismanaged and handled atrociously. The police force had 30 days to prepare for this day. They should have known that this was a powder keg situation, that could explode at any time. The excuse of not having enough cops to handle the crowd is weak and irresponsible. However, in Ferguson images of militarized lines of police with semi-automatic weapons and dogs backed by armored vehicles staring down black protesters on the streets of Ferguson has been burned into the national psyche.
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On August 28 in 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
Actually, no but I knew deep down with the Centennial of the (1921 Tulsa/Greenwood Massacre) coming soon, that something would take place. How can we reach 100 years of the massacre and Tulsa still honors Tate Brady?
Tulsa, let’s be a source of hope to our friends who are experiencing tragedy in this time.