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Tulsa Race Massacre survivors seek justice in what could be their last chance

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On Monday, an Oklahoma judge ruled that a lawsuit seeking reparations for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre can proceed – bringing hope for some measure of justice for the three survivors of the deadly racist rampage who are now over 100 years old and were in the courtroom for the decision. So, what are the next steps?