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​-        Greenwood Oklahoma (A suburb of Tulsa) is where the Black Wall Street resided.

-        Black wall street was the golden door that black people have built during the early 1900s , it was another example of African Americans having successful infrastructure together.

-        Blacks in the area created entrepreneurial opportunities for themselves, which housed an impressive business center that included banks, hotels, cafes, clothiers, movie theaters, and contemporary homes , The entire state of Oklahoma had only two airports , six blacks owned their own planes.

-        Greenwood residents had a remarkable school system that superiorly educated Black children.

-        Black wall street was also referred to as ”little Africa” at the time.

-        There were Ph.D’s residing in Black Wall Street (Little Africa) , Black attorneys and doctors as well as physicians.

-        The area encompassed over  600  businesses and 40 square blocks with a population of 15,000 African Americans.

-        When the lower-economic Europeans looked over and saw what the Black community created, many of them were jealous and envious.

-        The town of black wall street was attacked , looted and literally burned to the ground beginning in 1921

-        During the night and day of the riot, deputized whites killed more than 300 African Americans. They looted and burned to the ground 40 square blocks of 1,265 African American homes , including hospitals, schools, and churches, and destroyed 150 businesses.

-        Which led to the bloodiest and most horrendous race riots (and acts of terrorism) that the United States has ever experienced

-        African Americans are still today attempting to reclaim and rebuild sense the horrific attack.