The Tulsa Race massacre is a controversial event, and for good reason.
It was sparked by an act of terrorism, and is widely regarded as the worst mass shooting in US history.
It is still debated and debated to this day, and many are still unsure what happened that night.
The tragedy left hundreds of people dead and many others wounded, but the event itself was a turning point in America’s history.
For this article, we will be looking at how the event played out and what it means to our nation today.
What happened on August 10th, 2017?
The day of the Tulsa race massacre, August 10, 2017 was the deadliest day in American history.
The deadliest day since 9/11, according to the FBI, which reported a total of 9,834 deaths, and 5,723 injured.
The number of victims killed was higher than the number of dead in the 2012 Boston Marathon bombing, which was claimed by a radical Muslim group.
As of this writing, more than 2,000 people are believed to have been killed and 3,700 injured in the attack.
The shooting occurred on the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where a group of white people were protesting the killing of a black man named Michael Slager.
The shooting happened at the intersection of the interstate Highway 75 and Interstate 35A, which runs between Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
The shooting began as a dispute over a woman who was accused of a traffic violation, according the Tulsa World.
Tulsa was rocked by the shooting after the driver of a white car pulled up beside a black sedan, which had been speeding.
The driver allegedly pointed a gun at the sedan’s passenger and demanded to know who was in the car.
The passengers refused to cooperate with the officer, and a struggle ensued.
The car then sped off, hitting a gas station.
The woman, Tanishia Taylor, died at the scene.
The two black men who had been in the vehicle were not injured.
Following the shooting, a group called Oath Keepers descended on the intersection, and the Oath Keeps’ leaders claimed they were there to protect people.
After the group arrived, one of the officers fired his weapon, striking the driver.
According to the Tulsa Police Department, two other officers opened fire at the vehicle, killing Taylor.
After the shooting ended, the police said that they were investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime, and they also released a statement that they believed Taylor’s killing was a hate crime.
The officer who fired his gun was placed on administrative leave.
The Tulsa City Attorney, Joe Samples, said that he would not press charges against the officers involved in the shooting because there were no credible threats against them.
Is this the start of a civil rights movement?
The events surrounding the Tulsa incident are often referred to as the “Day of Infamy,” but that term isn’t necessarily the right word to describe the events that unfolded.
On August 10 and 11, 2017, it was the first time in American History that a mass shooting occurred, and was considered a watershed event in the country’s history, according with the US Government Accountability Office.
The day became known as the day of infamy, and as a result, it has remained a symbol of the events surrounding it.
A memorial service for Taylor will be held at the Oklahoma City Memorial on August 25, 2019, and it will be the first in-person memorial service of its kind in the United States.
Taylor’s death will also be commemorated with a monument to her, which will be erected in the state capital of Oklahoma City on August 28.
For this article to make sense, we need to look back at the events leading up to the shooting.
As the Associated Press reported at the time of Taylor’s murder, there were a number of police cars in the intersection at the start.
On July 1, 2017 at 10:48 a.m., the Tulsa City Police Department received a 911 call about a man who had reportedly been shot by a black male, who was reportedly acting in self-defense.
The dispatcher stated that a black woman was driving a white Honda Civic and was in a black car with the windows down, according KOCO.
Officers responded to the scene and found a white woman with a gunshot wound to her head.
She was taken to the hospital, and she died two days later, according AP.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) then began an investigation into the incident, and an indictment was filed on August 7.
According to the indictment, the black driver was identified as Christopher Loyd.
He was arrested after officers found him hiding in a wooded area behind a Walmart in the Tulsa suburb of Shreveport.
He allegedly told officers that he had been waiting to confront Taylor because he feared for his life, and that he believed Taylor had a gun.
He allegedly told police that he was at the Walmart because he wanted to help a friend who was shot by