This newspaper has never forgotten the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre — and its fight continues

Oklahoma Eagle Publisher Jim Goodwin
Oklahoma Eagle Publisher Jim Goodwin with his West Highland white terrier, Annie, at the paper’s offices.
(Ian Maule / For The Times)

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