TULSA, OKLAHOMA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN18. JUNI 2020QUELLE: AFPTV1. Totale Tulsa skyline2. Halbnahe US and Oklahoma flags3. Nah Oklahoma flag4. Halbnahe “Tulsa” mural5. Totale building in Greenwood district, in the street where the 1921 massacre took place. This street’s nickname is ‘Black Wall Street’ 6. Totale people crossing the street where the 1921 massacre took place. This street’s nickname is ‘Black Wall Street’7. Halbnahe two people entering a store on the street where the 1921 massacre took place. This street’s nickname is ‘Black Wall Street’ 8. Totale “Black Lives Matter” banner on Tulsa theater wall9. Halbnahe “Black Lives Matter” banner on Tulsa theater wall10. Schwenk von links nach rechts “Black Wall Street” mural, where the 1921 Greenwood massacre took place, May 31, 1921 11. Nah letter K, where drawing represents Greenwood district being destroyed by white supremacists12. O-TON 1 - Michelle Brown, Greenwood Cultural Center program coordinator (Frau, English, 19 Sek.): 'This is the Greenwood district following the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, where 300 black-owned businesses were destroyed, 1,200 homes completely destroyed. More than 35-square blocks of property was destroyed in a single day.' 13. Zwischenschnitt: Schwenk von links nach rechts photo of Greenwood district being destroyed 14. Schwenk von links nach rechts photo of African-American residents killed in 192115. Nah building on fire on May 31, 192116. Halbnahe newspaper article17. Halbnahe photo of Ku Klux Klan members, date unknown18. Nah photo of Ku Klux Klan members, date unknown19. Nah signs with two different names: official name Greenwood Avenue and nickname Black Wall Street20. O-TON 2 - Michelle Brown, Greenwood Cultural Center program coordinator (Frau, English, 13 Sek.): '[On Donald Trump's rally on Saturday]This is not an appropriate time because of incidents that have taken place across our country recently, incidents of police brutality, because of the deaths of Black Americans such as George Floyd. Our community is still emotionally charged. We're still hurt. We are still hurting, and, and suffering. And this is not a time for him to visit the Greenwood district.'TULSA, OKLAHOMA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN17. JUNI 2020QUELLE: AFPTV21. O-TON 3 - Rev. Mareo Johnson, Black Lives Matter Tulsa leader (Mann, English, 11 Sek.): '[On Donald Trump's rally on Saturday]A majority, if not all, felt that that it was a slap in the face and a sign of disrespect. That's how it was received by the majority of the Black community.'WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VEREINIGTE STAATEN10. JUNI 2020QUELLE: DC POOLEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: KEIN WEITERVERKAUF / NO RESALE22. O-TON 4 - Donald Trump, President of the United States (Mann, English, 14 Sek.): 'We're going to be starting our rallies, the first one we believe will be probably, we're just starting to call up, will be in Oklahoma, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, beautiful new venue, brand new, and they're looking forward to it. They've done a great job with Covid as you know, in the state of Oklahoma. We're going to be coming into Florida, do a big one in Florida, a big one in Texas, they're all going to be big. We're going to Arizona. We're going to North Carolina.'