Anthony Cherry is a James Madison Fellow and received his Master's degree in History at the University of Tulsa.
He teaches history at Holland Hall School in Tulsa. Before that he taught at Booker T. Washington High-School.
Anthony can be reached at email@example.com.
One of the worst racial pogroms in U.S. history might have been prevented if city and state leaders had done their jobs responsibly
The parallels to our own time unfortunately resonate—as government leaders continue to provide a cover for criminal activity and grant impunity to the perpetrators of atrocities