Destruction Of Black Wealth During Tulsa Race Massacre Still Resonates Today

APTOPIX Tulsa Massacre
Viola Fletcher, center, the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa race massacre, holds a rose she received as she arrives for a luncheon honoring survivors Saturday, May 29, 2021, in Tulsa, Okla. Sue Ogrocki / AP Photo
APTOPIX Tulsa Massacre
Viola Fletcher, center, the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa race massacre, holds a rose she received as she arrives for a luncheon honoring survivors Saturday, May 29, 2021, in Tulsa, Okla. Sue Ogrocki / AP Photo

Destruction Of Black Wealth During Tulsa Race Massacre Still Resonates Today

For the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, Reset explores how the destruction and denial of Black wealth in Tulsa and across America over the last 100 years built the pillars of structural racism today.

GUEST: Andre Perry, author; fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings Institute; scholar-in-residence at American University