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Tulsa Race Massacre survivors Viola Fletcher and Hughes Van Ellis attend a soil dedication ceremony for victims of the white supremacists' rampage in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on May 31. Photo: Christian Monterrosa/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre, civil rights leaders and scores of other Americans came together in the Oklahoma city Monday to mark the 100th anniversary of the atrocity.

The big picture: The Greenwood District of Tulsa has marked the 1921 killing of some 300 Black residents by a white mob that destroyed a thriving, middle-class Black community over the past three days with peaceful protests, "parades, concerts and panel discussions," per the Washington Post.

A woman cries out while attending a candlelight vigil for Tulsa Race Massacre victims in the Greenwood District on May 31. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
The Greenwood vigil drew a large crowd. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
The Rev. Jesse Jackson views a Black Wall Street poster board alongside community residents during a Prayer Wall memorial gathering at the AME Church on May 31 in Tulsa. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
People view the 1921 Black Wall Street Memorial in Tulsa on May 31. Photo: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images
Democratic lawmakers Lisa Blunt Rochester and Chris Coons participate in a prayer at the AME Church during the commemorations. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
People gather for commemorations of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on May 30. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
Pictures of AME Church parishioners in the Greenwood district of Tulsa displayed during commemorations May 30. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
Journalist Roland Martin with the Rev. Jesse Jackson at the AME Church May 30. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
Community members attend a service marking the massacre at First Baptist Church North Tulsa in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 30. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images
South Carolina Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn is embraced before speaking at the AME Church on May 30. Photo: Brandon Bell/Getty Images

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Editor's note: This article has been updated with more details and further photos.

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President Biden with residents of the Cambridge neighborhood in LaPlace, Louisiana. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images

President Biden met with locals in Louisiana on Friday to offer federal assistance less than a week after Hurricane Ida tore through the Gulf Coast and destroyed millions of homes, AP reports.

Why it matters: Ida has killed at least 48 people in the Northeastern U.S. and 13 in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Over one million people were still without power in Louisiana as of Tuesday morning.

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Pope Francis urges bishops to listen to survivors of sexual abuse

Pope Francis rides his Pope mobile through a crowd of pilgrims before holding an open-air mass on September 15, 2021 in Sastin, Slovakia. Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Pope Francis on Saturday urged European bishops to listen to survivors of clergy sexual abuse, saying "these important discussions truly touch the future of the church," AP reports.

Driving the news: Francis spoke in a video message to Central and Eastern European bishops who are convening in Poland for a four-day child protection conference beginning on Sunday.

Students vandalize and steal from schools for viral TikTok challenge

TikTok logo displayed on a phone screen in Krakow, Poland on July 18, 2021. Photo: Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images

A viral TikTok challenge is leading students nationwide to shatter mirrors, steal fire alarms and intentionally clog toilets, The Washington Post reports.

Driving the news: Dubbed the the “Devious Licks challenge, students are showing off their "devious licks" on TikTok — with a sped-up version of "Ski Ski BasedGod" by rapper Lil’ B playing in the background.