What have you told your kids about Blacks’ Wall Street? The first thing they should know is that it’s not in New York. The basic thing they should come to understand and appreciate is the legacy of Black Wall Street one of success. Tell all willing to listen that in 1921, the Greenwood district neighbourhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was site of one of America’s the most devastating mass execution. It was a massacre so ghastly, many chose to forget it. Contemporary African Americans need to know and understand the exceptional history of Tulsa’s “Black Wall Street” and understand what happened to it. In early 1900, Greenwood, with its Archer and Pine Streets tracts, aka Black Wall Street, was a thriving business district of African-American owned businesses, a middle and upper class, schools, hospitals, and theaters. It was a bustling commercial and social “island” on the Northeast side of Boom Town Tulsa.