In 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma was considered the "Oil Capital of the World," and the Greenville District of Tulsa was the wealthiest Black community in America, earning it the nickname of "Black Wall Street." What happened to Black Wall Street? Take the class and find out.
This free class features a powerful documentary on Black Wall Street with live footage and interviews with Black and White who lived in Tulsa during the time of Black Wall Street. It also includes a Teaching Guide with a quiz and a Study Guide.
Note: The featured documentary contains highly sensitive racial material.