Black Business Owners in Tulsa Are Committed to Preserving the Legacy of the Original Black Wall Street

Posted on AllSides June 17th, 2020
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The Tulsa massacre occurred in 1921 when an angry white mob burned down a thriving black neighborhood known as Black Wall Street and killed most of the residents there. While the once prominent African American neighborhood ended in tragedy, today there are still black business owners doing business in the famous North Tulsa neighborhood.

In an email interview with BLACK ENTERPRISE, current residents shared stories about opening their shops in the historical neighborhood and staying true to its legacy.

“I am interested in the preservation of Black history and culture...

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