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Untold Stories

Have you ever wanted to learn about the Tulsa Massacre? Have you ever wanted to talk to those who lived through history – and hear their stories, their voices, their perspectives? The Tulsa Race Massacre happened over a hundred years ago, but that doesn’t mean you only need to read about this in the history books. StoryFile had the honor of capturing the stories of the oldest living survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre, Mother Viola Fletcher and Mother Lessie Benningfield Randle. They shared their life experiences with StoryFile, and now they are available for the world to talk to, learn from, and have conversations with. It is inspiring to listen to their stories and hear the hope these two strong Black women have for the world.

Ask them questions like:

What was it like growing up?

Where were you when the Tulsa Race Massacre happened?

What was Black Wall Street?

What was life like before the Tulsa Race Massacre?

Talk to Mother FletcherTalk to Mother Randle

For the month of February StoryFile presents to you the Black Voices Collection. Interact with our Black Voices Collection, get to know  some great prominent leaders, and hear their truth and stories because Black Stories Matter. 

It's Your Turn to Tell Your Story.
The Time is Now!

You too can record and preserve your legacy to share with the world. StoryFile is offering you and your family a chance to preserve your family legacy with the Black Heritage StoryPack, which includes over 200 free questions tailored to help you preserve your legacy for future generations. Visit StoryFile Life today!

Claim Your Black Heritage Pack

StoryFile’s Black Voices Collection includes:

Viola Fletcher
Viola Fletcher is 107 years old and is a survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Lessie Benningfield Randle
Lessie Benningfield Randle was a child during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Andrew Young
Andrew Jackson Young Jr. is an American politician, diplomat, and activist.
Nikki Giovanni
American Poet, writer, dreamer, and University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech.
Henry "Hank" Thomas
Henry Hank Thomas is a civil rights activist and one of the original Freedom Riders.
Daniel Smith
Daniel is the son of Abram, who was born a slave in Virginia in 1863.

Record your own StoryFile in the comfort of your own home.