One Day In May! ~ Donate, Educate, Participate


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Dear Friends:

Professor Ogletree, Jr. Dr. Olivia Hooker, Wess and Catherine Young, Mrs. Gail Sirmans

Still looking for justice

Thank you for being a conduit to our Journey for Justice on behalf of the survivors.
Today, we are launching our Major initiative on behalf of the goal of compensating these people….Before They Die!
It’s called “One Day in May!”

Otis Clark, Tulsa race riot survivor

Otis Clark, Tulsa race riot survivor

Jose Mandojana  for Time Magazine

Otis Clark, 107

Otis was born in Oklahoma before it became a state. Now living in Seattle, he still preaches every Sunday. He is the oldest living survivor of the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921.

One Day in May in 1921 Greenwood, OK….Black Wall Street…Home to America’s most prosperous Black Community was destroyed. Overnight 10,000 people became homeless, at least 300 people were reported dead and the greatest act of American Domestic Terrorism had concluded.

One Day in May!

One Day in May in 2010
Every day and any day in May 2010, we can do – will do –
what our government and our courts have failed to do.

We will right the wrong and provide justice for the living Tulsa Survivors. Before They Die!


Top Radio Hosts will lead on air campaigns to raise consciousness and funds
from their National listening audiences.

PBS will air the film, sell the DVD and solicit donations on air.

Corporate America will collect funds from their employees and provide matching funds.

Churches of all faiths will screen the film and collect love offerings.

Teachers will teach the story of the riot…Students will host events to raise funds.

College Faculties will donate funds while challenging other faculties’ at other schools to match them.

Fraternities & Sororities will collect used cell phones to be re-sold to donate.

Service Organizations – The Executive Leadership Council, The Links, 100 Black Men, Jack & Jill, The Urban League,The NAACP – are needed to hold fund raising events.

A Silent Auction will be held online with celebrity donations and stellar vacation deals.

Unique “Journey for Justice” products have been created to be sold. Fund.

Worldwide events will be held the entire month culminating in a rally in Tulsa commemorating the 89th Anniversary on May 31, 2010.

All net proceeds go to the living Tulsa Survivors.
Your organizations, your church, your company, your creativity.

Help Get the Justice Deserved. Before They Die!

If you haven’t seen it, watch the “One Day in May!” video. Then Sign-Up below.

Together we can change the world for the Tulsa Survivors.

Before They Die!

The Tulsa Project, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 public charity, donations are tax deductible.


2 responses to “One Day In May! ~ Donate, Educate, Participate”

  1. Chief Egunwale F. Amusan says :

    10th Annual Black WallStreet Memorial March
    “ A History Never Forgotten ”
    Celebrate with us a History to never be forgotten. This is an evening of commemoration, and reflection honoring the legacy, and tragedy that terrorized the Black Community in 1921. The event will be followed by a March down Historic Greenwood . It will feature, Songs, African drumming, and a Traditional Masquerade.
    Sunday May 31st, 2010
    5:30 pm
    1314 N. Greenwood Tulsa , Ok
    Keynote Speaker
    In the name of our ancestors, we believe that the descendants of Africans, who were captured, forcibly transported from their homeland and held captive for hundreds of years in the Americas and throughout the diapsora, should be compensated.”
    Hosted by
    Ile Omo Ifawale
    Egbe Egunfewa (Tulsa African Ancestral Society)
    For more info contact:

    Contact us for updates or changes

  2. Chief Egunwale F. Amusan says :

    12th Annual Memorial March and Caravan On Black Wall Street

    Come Honor the Creators of Black Wallstreet, and Remember the Survivors of an American Holocuast that occured June 1st, 1921 in Tulsa, Ok

    When: May 30th, 2010 5:30 pm

    Where: Begins at the Church of Restoration on Historic Greenwood

    1314 North Greenwood Avenue
    Tulsa, OK 74106-4854
    (918) 587-1314

    We will have a surprise keynote speaker speaking on the continued struggle for reparations.
    African Drumming and Traditional African Masquerade.

    Free and Open to the public! Be part of this self proclaimed African Holiday!

    Hosted by the Tulsa African Ancestral Society & Ifakowajo Womens Society
    Sponsored by Ifa Warriors


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