"Holocaust in the Homeland" tells the story of one of the darkest days in U.S. history. Envious locals in Tulsa dubbed the Greenwood section "Black Wall Street" because of its economic success. That success was obliterated by a massacre of Tulsa Black residents in 1921. Today, just as in 1921, media hype too often obscures truth and embraces hype because hype is more interesting. Follow Sam Stackhouse, an old man remembering, as he discovers truth and wisdom. Sponsored by the Tulsa Library Trust.