In a Q& A, benefactor and dean Jake Barton describes how the New York-based design firm composes making multimedia museum know-hows, from the National September 11 Memorial to Tulsa’s new retrospective on the Greenwood massacre.
During the night of May 31, 1921, syndicates of white people stormed the thriving Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With some individuals deputized by local officials, they burned more than 1,000 Black-owned the house and businesses and killed upwards of 300 parties. The full tally of the dead is unknown because the horrific event was not probed severely in the Jim Crow era, and it was deliberately left out of history books in the decades that followed.
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