Black Massacres T-Shirt - HeritageHill
Black Massacres T-Shirt - HeritageHill

Heritage Hill

Black Massacres T-Shirt

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In 1868, around 200 recently emancipated African Americans were killed by a white mob in Opelousas, Louisiana for registering voters. - In 1919, as many as 237 Black farmers in Elaine, Arkansas were lynched for organizing their labor to negotiate better conditions. - Tulsa’s Greenwood neighborhood was once the wealthiest Black community in the country, earning it the moniker of “Black Wall Street.” In 1921, it was bombed, burning it to the ground and leaving up to 300 dead. - In 2015, a lone white supremacist in Charleston entered one of the country’s oldest Black churches and shot 10 worshipers in cold blood.
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Unisex Tri-Blend Short Sleeve Jersey Tee

    • 100% Ring-Spun Soft Cotton
    • Designed in Avondale, Ohio: Two Cincinnati race riots began in Avondale in 1967 and 1968, which were part of the larger Civil Rights Movement and Black Power movement in the United States 

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