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Subject: The Tulsa Reparations Coalition Call for Endorsements Greetings, Many of you already know some details surrounding my research of the Tulsa Race riot, war, and massacre of 1921, or you may have heard, from other sources, the sordid details of the destruction of "Black Wall Street." For those unaware, I'm Kimberly C. Ellis, Co-Coordinator of the National Campaign to secure Reparations for the victims of the Tulsa race riot, war and massacre of 1921 with the Tulsa Reparations Coalition. This includes the "All Eyes on Tulsa" series and the "Academics for Tulsa" campaign editorials, both of which I am the author. You will find articles I have written at this link: http://www.tulsareparations.org/additional.htm . Below is the Tulsa Reparations Coalition official Call for Endorsements. Much of it may sound familiar to you already. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding this issue, the campaign, etc., please peruse the website *first* and feel free to contact me in the future (as always). The African American community in Tulsa really needs your help. Please read the call and place your endorsement on the website to offer your individual support. Thank you very much, Kimberly C. Ellis email@example.com The Tulsa Reparations Coalition invites human race activists everywhere to respond to a Call for Endorsements to secure justice for the victims and living survivors of the Tulsa race riot, war, and massacre of 1921. Click here or paste the link into your browser to read the Call for Endorsements: http://www.tulsareparations.org/call.htm Click here or paste the link into your browser to endorse: http://www.tulsareparations.org/endorse.htm Thanks for your support! Tulsa Reparations Coalition - http://www.tulsareparations.org/ NOTE: Please forward this email to individuals and groups that you believe will want to endorse, leaving this note intact. The Tulsa Reparations Coalition Endorsement Campaign ends on February 28, 2002. To copy the original text of this email, click here: http://www.tulsareparations.org/e-mail.htm . The Tulsa Reparations Coalition is sponsored by the Center for Racial Justice, a tax-exempt 501(3)(c) nonprofit corporation located at: 1314 North Greenwood Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74106. (918) 378-8838