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He sent American troops to Europe in a needless war to “save the world for democracy,” ensured self-determination for colonized peoples, won the Nobel Peace Prize, resegregated the US to “put Black people in their place,” uplifted the Klan, and then disappeared—his wife Edith acted as president. Heand she—changed the world forever? Who was Wilson?

Greenwood—the “Black Wall Street”—was a prosperous Black neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A white mob murdered their neighbors and looted and destroyed their homes and businesses in a veritable American pogrom, May 31–June 1, 1921. Why was it forgotten until recently? What did it mean for America? Can it happen again—to anyone in this country?

Tulsa Historical Society Executive Director Michelle Place and civil rights icon Dr. William G. Anderson join Edwin.