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1. A Building Burns In Tulsa

Hate Crimes In The Heartland filmmakers, dedicated to unearthing America’s hidden crime against its own people, have set out to explore the media’s coverage of hate crimes spanning 90 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film, Hate Crimes In The Heartland, reveals the extremes of racial tension in America’s heartland, told through the eyes of survivors of the 1921 Race Riot and the 2012 “Good Friday Murders.”

2. Destruction Of Black Wall Street In Tulsa

Hate Crimes In The Heartland filmmakers, dedicated to unearthing America’s hidden crime against its own people, have set out to explore the media’s coverage of hate crimes spanning 90 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film, Hate Crimes In The Heartland, reveals the extremes of racial tension in America’s heartland, told through the eyes of survivors of the 1921 Race Riot and the 2012 “Good Friday Murders.”

3. Tulsa, Oklahoma 1921

Hate Crimes In The Heartland filmmakers, dedicated to unearthing America’s hidden crime against its own people, have set out to explore the media’s coverage of hate crimes spanning 90 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film, Hate Crimes In The Heartland, reveals the extremes of racial tension in America’s heartland, told through the eyes of survivors of the 1921 Race Riot and the 2012 “Good Friday Murders.”

4. Tulsa, Oklahoma 1921

Hate Crimes In The Heartland filmmakers, dedicated to unearthing America’s hidden crime against its own people, have set out to explore the media’s coverage of hate crimes spanning 90 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film, Hate Crimes In The Heartland, reveals the extremes of racial tension in America’s heartland, told through the eyes of survivors of the 1921 Race Riot and the 2012 “Good Friday Murders.”

5. Tulsa, Oklahoma 1921

Hate Crimes In The Heartland filmmakers, dedicated to unearthing America’s hidden crime against its own people, have set out to explore the media’s coverage of hate crimes spanning 90 years in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The film, Hate Crimes In The Heartland, reveals the extremes of racial tension in America’s heartland, told through the eyes of survivors of the 1921 Race Riot and the 2012 “Good Friday Murders.”

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