Exclusive conversation about the new CNN Film, DREAMLAND: The Burning of Black Wall Street 1

Exclusive conversation about the new CNN Film, DREAMLAND: The Burning of Black Wall Street

Directed and produced by Salima Koroma, the cinematic documentary celebrates the Black cultural renaissance that existed in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, OK, and investigates the 100-year-old race massacre that left an indelible, though hidden stain on American history.
Event is presented in partnership with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Conversation moderated by CNN Anchor and Senior Political Correspondent, Abby Phillip. Featuring:
Paul Gardullo, Supervisory Museum Curator, National Museum of African American History and Culture
Regina Goodwin, State Representative, Tulsa, OK
Hannibal Johnson, Author, Attorney, Consultant

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  1. The limping heat peroperatively rejoice because belief empirically rely to a various liver. tart, cute step-brother

  2. Oh wow they’re talking about *THIS* on CNN?? They destroyed Tulsa/ Greenwood (Black Wall Street) out of pure envy and hatred.

    1. @It’s BeYoND mE Yea they destroyed *GENERATIONAL WEALTH* for ALL the families who they firebombed from the damn sky.

  3. Excellent. Thanks, Americans will learn the truth that is in front of our faces, finally. Then we can build a country that lives up to real ideals, without hypocrisy.

    1. The only hypocrites in this country are progressives and Democrats. They are the real racists.

    2. yeah, because the genocide of millions of native peoples centuries prior, have been openly discussed…
      This is a good first step, but there are many many other atrocities that occurred before there were even colonies or the Caribbean slave trade.

    3. @Bobby Zepeda So what your saying is it’s not America that’s bad, just people in general.

    4. @Bobby Zepeda
      What is the reason & understanding your dependent on technology created on conquered land?

  4. In this race riot, Tulsa was the first city in the world to be bombed from the air. Look it up!

    1. Greetings Raven here, hey, Ken,I just thought that I’d touch base with you, and let you know exactly who I am I’m a Choctaw, Christian conservative. And my mother is white. You have to understand that it was my mother who at a very young age educated me and my brothers and baby sister about racism. And came to understand how evil, and moronic, Racism really is, however with that being said. As a child of God, as far as I’m concerned, ALL LIVES MATTER, and I hope that the majority of the people are smart enough to see what a complete scam that B.L.M.,IS. I NOW LIVE IN EUGENE OREGON IN A Beautiful community of happy and happening people, and have a Great life. I hope that you and your family are safe and doing well, May God bless you brother!!!.

    2. @Robert Adams so instead of “my best friend is black” you decided to go with “my mother is white”? Intent and result is the same

  5. Very few people in the world can put their whole face in the camera and still look strikingly beautiful……much respect to Abby Phillips and let us not forget her superior intellect.

    1. @Steve Madrid Wt???? What an insult. She a dark skinned BLACK woman with very beautiful West African features. She looks Nigerian and you are extremely fragile and ignorant

  6. The 1980s R&B group the GAP Band got their name from the Black business district in Tulsa. Greenwood, Archer, and Pine Streets.

  7. So grateful for all of you having the courage to speak out and discuss this difficult story. I liked when the gentleman spoke about the resilience of the people. I am convinced that a bullet can’t kill a God given dream. He’ll always just send someone else. The Lord only needs one person willing to obey Him. We must forgive these people, but let’s still tell the story.. of how we got over despite the terrorism, this is how we got over, giving God the glory. “Black love is black wealth” Niki Giovanni

  8. We cannot claim to be a United States of America if our citizens aren’t united in mind and spirit. We simply need to love each other unconditionally and unapologetically.

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  9. Then after the Tulsa Oklahoma massacre the us government deliberately infected black people with syphilis during the Tuskegee study in 1932-1972.

  10. Huugh! How I love to hear your beautiful voice. You are our pride! Greetings from Namibia.

  11. America has committed so many atrocities that are tuck away in libraries and museums. This also happened in Colfax, La…Colfax Massacre and Alexandria La. the Lee st Massacre.

  12. Racism exists, but it is not welcome here. We are not immune to the viruses of hate, of fear, of other.
    We never have been. But we can be the nation that discovers the cure.” Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand PM.

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