The last three known Tulsa Massacre survivors will appeal to a higher court in the recent decision of an Oklahoma Judge, who dismissed their reparation lawsuit last Friday.
The Three Tulsa Massacre survivors decided to appeal the dismissal decision of their lawsuit
Judge Caroline Wall, an Oklahoma judge, dismissed the reparation case of three known Tulsa Massacre survivors last Friday.
The three known Tulsa Massacre survivors Tulsa suffered the country’s deadliest acts of racial violence in 1921. The Tulsa Massacre survivors will appeal the recent dismissal decision of their lawsuit to the highest Court, said attorneys of the Tulsa Massacre survivors.
The three known Tulsa Massacre survivors are Viola Fletcher, 109, her brother Hughes Van Ellis, 102, and Lessie Benningfield Randle, 108, who had been locked for years in a legal battle against the City of Tulsa when the white mob burned the black street wall.
The Tulsa Massacre survivors will fight until their last breaths
Like so many Black Americans, the Tulsa Massacre survivors carry the weight of racial trauma.
The dismissal decision of the Tulsa Massacre Survivors case is one example of how the legacy of racial harm and distress in the country is unjustly given to Black people.