Session

Justice for Greenwood

Tuesday November 1st, 2022 // 11:45 am - 12:05 pm // Woodrow Wilson Ballroom

Justice for Greenwood is a network of volunteers, advocates, attorneys, academics, experts, Massacre Survivors, Descendants, & others agitating for reparations & justice on behalf of Survivors and Descendants of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. Our mission is to secure justice and reparations for the Greenwood community and Diaspora through direct services, public education, and advocacy. Our work aims to revitalize the Greenwood community and to address the major areas of racial inequality and injustice directly caused by the Massacre: Health, Education, Real Estate, and Business.

Speakers

Eric Miller

Professor, Loyola Law School

Eric J. Miller is a professor and Leo J. O’Brien Fellow at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, where he teaches and writes in the areas of legal theory, reparations, and policing. 

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Damario Solomon-Simmons

Managing Partner, SolomonSimmonsLaw

Damario Solomon-Simmons has been a practicing attorney for almost 17 years and currently is the Managing Partner of SolomonSimmonsLaw an Oklahoma-based law firm where he specializes in Civil and Human Rights, Wrongful Death, Employment Discrimination, Public Policy, and Sports Law.

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