Black Wall Street was a real yet magical place. It was an amazing, self-sufficient, prosperous business district in Tulsa filled with Black-owned businesses. It was such a wonder that the community thrived throughout the first half of the century, even during the Great Depression! It had everything, including a business college and an African American newspaper. Imagine a Black Beverly Hills, where upper and middle-class Black folks lived beautiful lives. That was Black Wall Street.
Success breeds jealousy though -- and envy. They say that the more haters you have, the better you're doing. Black Wall Street kept growing. As a result, they also had a LOT of haters. That jealousy eventually became too much for some to bear. As a result, 1921 was the year everything changed, with one of the worst incidents of racial violence in history.
When you Google the word 'tragedy', it should just say 'definition: The Tulsa Race Massacre'. A lot of bad things happened to a lot of good people. They dramatized it on the first episode of HBO’s Watchmen, and it’s a scene I don’t think I’ll ever watch a second time. I won’t go into details because quite frankly, it’s too depressing. What I will say, is that Black Wall Street didn’t have to end there. Together, we can rebuild it. Black people everywhere can own successful, self-sufficient businesses. More than 150 years after Juneteenth, Black Americans still hold only 1% of U.S. wealth. The massacre was tragic, but having its negative effects on Black businesses continue to this very day -- is even more tragic. That’s why, in remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, we want to do everything we can to make that dream a reality.
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Now that you know what we do, here's our promotion to help lessen the effects of past injustices and celebrate Black Wall Street Week. At least 100 Black-owned businesses were destroyed in that tragedy. Let's try to replace them with this!
The first 100 Black business owners who sign-up with us to build or grow a business, get everything you need for only $100 per month. That’s a 75% discount on an already slick deal to have professionals do everything for you. There are no surprise bills, no long-term commitment, and no risk. You can cancel at any time and try to do it yourself, or go back to working for someone else. If you have any questions, chat with us using the chat box icon in the bottom right, or contact us. Otherwise, click the button below this sentence to get this special deal and sign-up now. After 100 signups, the button will disappear, so don't wait!
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Unlike the "people" who burned Greenwood in 1921, we want to see everyone succeed. That's why everyone else gets an automatic 10% discount for life. Sign-up now to take advantage of these limited-time, deeply discounted offers. Once they're gone, they're gone. Nothing can erase the past, but we can all do our best to erase its negative effects. If you have any questions, chat with us using the chat box icon in the bottom right, or contact us using more traditional methods. Here’s to your success!
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