Biden calls for US to confront its past on 100th anniversary of Tulsa massacre

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    Joe Biden on Tuesday became the first sitting US president to visit the site in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where hundreds of Black Americans were massacred by a white mob in 1921, as he marked the country’s legacy of racial violence.

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