On the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre, there’s a new way to hear from two of the survivors.
While the centennial has brought new attention to the stories from Greenwood, there's an effort to make sure those stories are never forgotten, and through some new technology, available online, forever.
Posters, placed at several locations around Greenwood, are triggers for mobile phones that activate an interactive experience with the last surviving witnesses of the Race Massacre.
A company called Storyfile created the technology that makes it happen. The StoryFiles were created in partnership with the Terence Crutcher Foundation.