Mankind’s Powerful Emotions, Love v Hate, Can Both Serve a Greater Good or Wrong

     Further, an account of one of America’s bloodiest massacres, the Tulsa Massacre of May 31, 1921, must be retold and etched into the conscience of white America. This massacre occurred because of white’s love for supremacy, power and hatred of Blacks who had achieved self-reliance and a measure of wealth. Also, this massacre, fueled by hate, included the coordination and participation of the Nation’s own government making it systemic. More Black people were killed during these 18 days of terror than during the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the 9/11 attack combined. […]