Monday, November 3, 2014

Black Wall Street....

BLACK WALL STREET - Today is the 93rd Anniversary of the Race Riot and Bombing of Black Wall Street in Tulsa Oklahoma, May 31st, 1921. 

Read The Article: You do know that Black Wall Street was rebuilt by the Black residence after the bombing took place in 1921. They rebuilt it with their own money and got no government support. 

"After the riot, black Tulsans, who were living in tents and forced to wear green identification tags in order to work downtown, still managed to turn the tragedy into triumph. Without state help, they rebuilt Greenwood, and by 1942 the community had more than 240 black-owned businesses."

If we did it once we can do it again.

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