Greenwood presents the untold stories, past and present, of Black Wall Street in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Through interviews with Tulsa residents, historians, and community leaders, we explore real-life accounts of the survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, take tours of historical Greenwood locales, and explore the process of uncovering and reclaiming historical property.
Uncover the secrets of Black Wall Street, the Greenwood District, and everything leading up to and after the Tulsa Race Massacre.
Learn the process of uncovering and reclaiming historical property that belonged to the Greenwood District, Black Wall Street, and black residents.
Discover how Black Wall Street grew to be the affluential black district before the Tulsa Race Riot and how the Greenwood District is gaining traction once more.
Find out about the history of Greenwood following the massacre, as well as how the community has responded to events over the last century.
See how the people of Greenwood are using their roots on Black Wall Street to forge a better future for their families and community.
Understand how Greenwood members foster a community of togetherness and philanthropy through their connection to the past.
Explore how Greenwood’s leaders are transforming the district’s economy and culture through their multigenerational vision of growth and ambition.