- Words: 1639
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Race
- Paper #: 5295252
The Greenwood neighborhood was literally, an ash heap. But rebuild they did. The tightness of the community returned -- most say it never left -- and their religious faith kept them going. They returned as well to all of the values, traditions, and morals they held before the riot. With the support of each for their neighbor, slowly, it happened.
It became the "New Orleans" of Oklahoma during the 1920's