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How Descendants Of The Tulsa Massacre Could Get Justice

Descendants of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 are in line to get reparations from the United States government, but not for what first comes to mind — the massacre. Many of the Black Americans of Tulsa were descendants of the slaves held by Native American tribes and for that, they are due reparations in the form of Native American subsidies that have been denied to them by tribes who discriminate against their Black members.

Rep. Maxine Waters exclusively told theGrio as the chair of the Financial Services Committee, she has the authority to intervene on any funding aspects of the tribe’s treaties with the United States government.

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J.D. Smith is a Tech Investor, Author, and Economist. He is the Founder of Visionary Creative International, a Tech-Based Consumer Solutions Company. He is also the Publisher for Black Media Daily, a 24/7 media outlet providing a voice for black content creators and a place to control their image throughout the Diaspora. J.D. is also the co-author of the book 100 Questions Black People Should Ask themselves, and a best-selling author of the book Made By Hustle. As a digital nomad, he promotes the importance of black travel and working from anywhere.


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