Baltimore Main St. & BmoreNews present Black Wall Street BALTIMORE, May 31st, NEXT PHAZE CAFE, 112 E. Lexington St.

101st commemoration of Tulsa’s Black Wall Street, May 31, 1921 

We celebrate Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race.

Baltimore Main Streets & BmoreNews.com have collaborated to commemorate the 101st commemoration of Tulsa’s Black Wall Street’s destruction. Although we are forever pained by the horrific onslaught that resulted in the decimation of 36-square blocks of Black-owned businesses in Tulsa’s Greenwood District, we are also fueled by their accomplishments. If the people could build something so magnanimous back then, imagine what we can build today!

Come out and join us as we honor those people who are making a difference for Black-owned businesses here in Baltimore!

RSVP to https://blackwallstreet2022.eventbrite.com.

Honorees include:

Baltimore Main Streets

Stefan Walker, Manager of Belair-Edison Main Street

Daniel Doty, Manager of Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street

Diana Emerson, Manager of Waverly Main Street

Baltimore City Government

Mia Blom, Director of Government & Community Affairs of Visit Baltimore

Baltimore City Small Business Owners

Candice Bruno, Owner of Old Major (Pigtown Main Street)

Tia Wilkes, Owner of Ohh So Sweet (Federal Hill Main Street)

Dr. Tammira Lucas & TeKesha Jamison, Owners of The Cube Cowork (Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street)

Christopher Batiste & Phillip Harris, Owners of Barbara’s Groceries

Clayton Kerr, Owner of Jet Tees

Darron M. Johnson of L. Johnson Tree Service, LLC

Michael Foy, of CM Mobile Detail, LLC

Nilajah Brown of Flourish Baltimore

Dawod Thomas of My Father’s Plan (nonprofit)

BmoreNews Honorees

Glen Smith

Lady T Whit