10th Anniversary of Black Wall Street SOUTHEAST at Petey Greene UPO, March 17th

We celebrate Black entrepreneurs & professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. Come out and meet those who represent the economic backbone of our community.

Special thanks to Momma’s Safe Haven.

We aim to encourage entrepreneurship, beginning in the Black community, and help preserve little-known Black Wall Street History. This includes the history of Seneca Village in Manhattan in 1828 and Weeksville in Brooklyn, established in 1835.

Do pick up a copy of Doni Glover’s “I Am Black Wall Street”. Copies will be available.