Greenwood & Tulsa Race Riot Traveling Exhibit

Greenwood & Tulsa Race Riot Traveling Exhibit

Available for community display

“Spirit of Greenwood: A History of Prosperity & Perseverance” – Exhibit panel 2

“Tulsa 1921: A Look at the Tulsa Race Riot”

 

The Tulsa Historical Society & Museum has created a traveling exhibit on the history of the Greenwood Area and the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot for the purpose of educating the community by being displayed in schools, libraries, and other similar organizations. All requests to borrow the exhibit will be submitted to the Director of Education who will review and schedule as the calendar allows.

How it works:

There is no charge to borrow and display the exhibit within the Tulsa area. Museum representatives will deliver and install the exhibit on the date requested and return to remove the exhibit at the end of its visit.

Request the Exhibit:

To schedule the exhibit for your school, library, or organization, please complete the online request form here.

“Spirit of Greenwood: A History of Prosperity & Perseverance” Traveling Exhibit

“Tulsa 1921: A Look at the Tulsa Race Riot” Traveling Exhibit

Educational Resources:

Suggested Educational Curriculum about Greenwood and the Tulsa Race Riot has been developed by the Oklahoma History Center. Resources can be downloaded here or found on the OHC website.

1-Day Lesson Plan or 5-Day Lesson Plan