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Review of Reviews: “Empowering Black Wealth in the Shadow of the Tulsa Race Massacre,” Tulsa Law Review (2021)

Lynne Marie Kohm, professor of family law, Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Va., Katrina Sumner, judicial law clerk in York, Penn. and Peyton Farley, third-year law student at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Va.

In their impactful article, “Empowering Black Wealth in the Shadow of the Tulsa Race Massacre,” the authors examine the negative impact of societal wealth destruction on future Black generations. Though the article initially focuses on the Tulsa Race Massacre,1 it also emphasizes other governmental and societal events and laws that prevented “the transfer of Black Wealth to subsequent generations.”

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