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‘He Does Such Evil Things’: Black Tulsans Are Bracing Themselves for Trump’s Rally

In the city where Black Wall Street was burned down, a Juneteenth-weekend speech is particularly fraught

Nicholas Winford (right) debates Trump supporter Randall Thom outside of the BOK Center ahead of the Trump rally scheduled for Juneteenth weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Tulsa is a city of contradictions. Its official flag pays homage to the city’s Native American roots. Yet, the Creek Council oak tree — Tulsa’s founding…




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Carlos Moreno

Carlos Moreno

Community volunteer & magic bean buyer. Author: @cap_tulsa graphic designer, @codefortulsa captain, @urbancoders918 board.

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