Three Tulsa race massacre survivors demanded reparations for ongoing harm to the Black community despite lawsuit dismissal.
Three Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Continue Seeking Reparations for Decades of Harm to Black Community Following Lawsuit Dismissal
The three Tulsa race massacre survivors named Hughes Van Ellis, Viola Fletcher, and Lessie Benningfield Randle continued seeking reparations for the decades-long harm directed at the Black community, where the three Tulsa race massacre survivors experienced harmful attacks.
Following the Tulsa lawsuit dismissal, the three Tulsa race massacre survivors strongly believed they deserved reparations for the attacks they experienced and claimed the Tulsa race massacre survivors and their descendants should receive reparations for the damage and harm that the massacre had left the entire Black community.
Aside from the Tulsa race massacre survivors seeking reparations, Africans are also seeking another federal reparation together with the Black community who aim to receive reparations and seek the end of the racial discrimination and the attacks directed towards the Africans and Blacks until now.
Giving Reparations for Tulsa Race Massacre Survivors Receives Mixed Reactions
Despite other individuals supporting the reparations for Tulsa race massacre survivors, most Americans opposed the idea of giving reparations to Tulsa race massacre survivors and claimed they did not owe anything to the Black community.
However, Americans who opposed the decision of giving reparations to Tulsa race massacre survivors mistaken the reparations will be collected from their own pockets, Yahoo News reported.