The 2011 National Symposium was a huge success! Members of the community and scholars from across the nation convened in Tulsa for two days of work on the issues of race and reconciliation.
Remarks by Joseph V. Montville: “Reconciliation–Applied Healing”
Photos from the 2011 Symposium
HISTORICAL MEMORY AND AMERICAN RACE RELATIONS THROUGH MEDIA LENSES
Pictured, left to right: Nina Silber, Ph.D., Professor of History, Boston University; Leigh Raiford, Ph.D., Associate Professor, African American Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Fitzhugh Brundage, Ph.D., William B. Umstead Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Robert Jackson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, The University of Tulsa.Video from Congressional leaders for the 2011 John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation National Symposium and commemorating the 90th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Riots.