In June 1921, white mobs and police, attacked the black neighborhood of Greenwood, Oklahoma in one of the worst massacres in US history.
The mob opened fire on black residents and set the whole community on fire, destroying 35 blocks and 1,200 homes.
At least 300 people were killed.
The attack on Greenwood - one of the wealthiest communities in the US - was sparked by a false allegation that Dick Rowland, a black teenager, had assaulted a white woman.
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In May 1830, Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act, which forced 46,000 Native Americans from their ancestral land, pushing them into concentration camps and forcing them to undertake a 1000 mile death march or 'trail of tears', which killed over 4,000 people.
In 1980, Jimmy Carter approved an operation to send South Korea's military to crush an uprising in Gwangju against the US-backed military dictatorship.
The military beat, bayoneted, and fired indiscriminately on protesters, killing 600 people and injuring over 4,000.
One hundred students who sheltered in the Catholic Center were slaughtered.
Captured high school and university students had their hands tied behind them with barbed wire; many were then summarily executed.
In 1988, the US directly intervened to support Saddam, sinking half of Iran's navy in Operation Preying Mantis.
Then months later, in a blatant act of terror, the US shot down a civilian Iranian airliner killing 274 people and has never apologized for it.