Tulsa Massacre & Canada Abuse: Cruelty Of Men Hidden In Hypocrisy Jun 6, 2021 | image credit:npr.org There are abuses everywhere. Abuses in one place does not make abuses in the hands of others justified. When abuses are based solely on ethnicity, color, religion or creed; others must stand up and speak out against it. If you do not, sooner than later, your turn will come. The last to be abused only makes it easier for abusers; since nobody is left to protect and defend you. No one and no where should mankind tolerate discrimination. One hundred years ago, there was a Massacre of about 300 African Americans and thousands wounded in Greenwood Tulsa Oklahoma USA while defending their own “Wall Street”. Markets flourished based on their local intellect in businesses, trade and commerce run by different professionals that were supported and patronized within their local community. It is contrary to the label by which African Americans were given. The Greenwood massacre was not an isolated case in America.