English | ASIN: B08GH3XF7R | 2020 | 1 hour and 59 minutes | [email protected] kbps | 109 MB
On the March 30, 1921, a young black man, Dick Rowland, took the elevator of the Drexel Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma to go and use the restroom designated for use by black people. Moments later, the elevator’s door opened, and the operator, a young white woman by the name of Sarah Page, began screaming and the young man ran out. The next day, an incendiary article against Rowland appeared in the local newspaper detailing the incident. Shortly thereafter, chaos ensued and mobs of white people began to attack and murder members of the largely black communities. This is the story of the Tulsa Massacre of 1921, which was the worst riot in American History. This audiobook presents an eye-opening analysis of the turn of events leading up to the massacre and a perspective of history that is every bit worth knowing.