Hundreds Flock To Second Amendment March During Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Weekend

Saturday, May 29th 2021, 11:19 pm

TULSA, Oklahoma -

Hundreds of people who came from all over the country hit the Tulsa streets Saturday for a Second Amendment march. 

Days before the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, more than 14 groups across the country took to the streets of Tulsa armed with rifles and guns.  The event was called the Tulsa Massacre Second Amendment March. 

They went back to their staging area where Tulsa police explained the details of the permit they were given by the city. The group marched again north on Martin Luther King Boulevard to Pine then to Greenwood and back again.

The group carried a sign that took a line of people to hold. The sign read: “REPARATIONS NOW!”

"To commemorate the brave men who went to defend the imprisoned man that started this whole massacre,” march participant Toni Frank said. “They stood up and somebody has to commemorate them (sic) 100 years later and stand up with them.” 

"It is different,” Tulsa resident Larnell Toles, who watched the march from his family’s home, said. “I ain’t ever seen anything like it. I have never seen anything like it before in my life and I am almost 50.”