Sunday, March 09, 2003

reparations in tulsa

There's an interesting article appearing in Findlaw's Writ section about a lawsuit over a race riot in Tulsa in 1921. The case appears to have a decent chance of success, or at least a chance of a settlement. It also raises the question of what impact the litigation might have upon other reparations' cases. If anything, it forces us to consider the concept of an equitable tolling of a statute of limitations in this context.

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