The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission has made a lot of headlines recently.
The commission's relationship with Gov. Kevin Stitt came to a head at the end of last week. The commission removed Stitt as a member after he declined to address them in the wake of signing a bill dictating how race-related concepts are taught in schools.
The commission had urged Stitt to veto the bill, calling it "diametrically opposed" to their mission. Stitt’s office described his role on the commission as "purely ceremonial."