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SE Greenhouse Feb 19
Tulsa, Oklahoma's ’s Greenwood District was one of the most affluent black neighborhoods in the country. Seen as a threat to white-dominated capitalism, the community was destroyed in two days of violence. Check out JSTOR to learn more on
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brownsugarlovejones 21h
Hold on...they locking people up? Somebody go get Carolyn Bryant. While you're at it, lets talk Sara Page too.
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venil 1h
buyblackeconomics • • • • • Post by _invstr - As much as I love the story of Greenwood in Tulsa, aka , there were many other communities during this era that…
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Kevin L. Matthews II Feb 17
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sharrseclecticwisdom 15h
Reposted from - We had a special place in history for our people during let’s never forget! - @ Metairie, Louisiana
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Braelen🦄✨ Feb 17
The Rothschilds ain’t have this type of energy.
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Hair Passion Studio Feb 13
Ever wondered why it was only ? Still to this day, WE ACT LIKE WE CAN'T COME TOGETHER TO DO IT AGAIN, but better!
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BullCity Apparel & Customs 3h
We’d like to thank Southwest Elementary for their supportcome in or email for quote info@TheBullCityStore.com#WEDOCUSTOMS
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Allean Danielle Feb 20
I have seen some areas here in North Omaha that would be great for this!!
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Pryority Male Feb 17
Replying to @Pryority_Male
Black Wall Street, former byname of the Greenwood neighborhood in  Tulsa, Oklahoma, where in the early 20th century African Americans had created a self-sufficient prosperous business district. The term Black Wall Street was used until the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot.
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Lean Wolf Dark Caesar Feb 16
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X Feb 13
I honestly didn't know that, I guess thats why it took so long to desegregate our football team.
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Jamii Community Development Corporation Feb 20
Many species and organisms work in unison, not isolation. We have a mountain to climb, with many more in the distance, when the call goes out...do your part.
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