Human remains found in search for 1921 Tulsa massacre victims

Los Angeles (AFP) – Experts searching for victims of the 1921 race massacre in the US city of Tulsa, have uncovered at least one set of human remains, a state archaeologist has announced.The remains were found at the city-owned Oaklawn cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma, near an anonymous grave about three feet (one meter) deep, said Kary Stackelbeck.Experts were analyzing the remains and it was unclear whether they belong to one of the victims of one of the deadliest ever massacres of African Americans, in which up to 300 people were killed when white mobs torched a black neighborhood.The convulsion…

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