REPLAY OF BTR GREAT MIGRATION TALK
COUNTRY'S NATIONAL RECKONING, PRESIDENT TRUMP'S OKLAHOMA VISIT STIR PUBLIC CURIOSITY ABOUT 1921 TULSA RACE MASSACRE
AUTHOR CONNIE PORTER AND DR. HENRY LOUIS TAYLOR, DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR URBAN STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO, JOINED BTR FOR AN ENLIGHTENING SUNDAY CHAT ON BLACK LIFE UP NORTH AND THE GREAT MIGRATION. USE PASSWORD 0x%3+7b. (INCLUDE THE PERIOD) TO ACCESS WITH THE LINK.
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GOOD TROUBLE: FILMMAKERS BEHIND JOHN LEWIS DOCUMENTARY, ACTIVISTS JOIN TO HELP VOTERS
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SOARING LIKE EAGLES:
BLACK FILMMAKER DROPS EVERYTHING, PIVOTS WHEN HE LEARNS OF GROUNDBREAKING PROGRAM SUPPORTING BLACK BOYS
HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION IN SYRACUSE, N.Y., LAUNCHES ONLINE TREASURE TROVE OF MATERIALS TIED TO BLACK HISTORY AND CULTURE