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 nationwide virtualthon
Black Wall Street Days


12 - 6 PM ONLINE



Black Wall Street was the terminology used by our great ancestor Booker T. Washington when he traveled to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1913.  Booker T. Washington was enslaved as a young Black American child, born on April 15, 1856, and died on November 15, 1915.  Booker T. Washington was only 5 years old when the American Civil War started in 1861 and still a youth when it ended on April 9, 1865.  

During the Reconstruction Period after slavery, Black Americans gained the most wealth in United States history.  On record, there is no other time in American history that indicates the lowest racial wealth gap in history.  This was a time of Black Excellence a period of segregation where classism did not exist like today.  Black professionals and blue-collar workers lived next door to each other.




Our mission is to change the Socio-Economic Status of Blacks through strong business partnerships, awareness, healthy living, business industry and skill-build training, and decreasing the racial wealth gap through ownership.  

We exist because, in the year 2053, the expected collective group wealth of Black Americans is supposed to hit Zero Dollars, and that date will likely be sooner according to the latest data.  Generational wealth has purposely been stricken from Blacks through systemic racism and economic injustices such as Slavery, Jim Crow Laws, Mass Incarceration, Destruction of Property and Eminent Domain, and Policies and Procedures that prohibit healthy vibrant Black Communities across the United States.

Since 2016, our work encompasses a gamont of services we offer Black Owned Businesses (BOB) to help them stay sustainable in a tough declining economy where we see businesses shutting down and struggling to keep up with the high cost of being in business.  To learn more about the programs and services we offer, please visit


We're living in a tough economy where multiple streams of income are a must-have to pay all of the bills.  Most Americans are paying more than half of their income towards rent or a mortgage payment.


Our program "Turning A Hobby Into A Business", helps with supplies, strategy, and marketing sales for those who qualify.  

Call us today to learn more about this program at (888) 665-5955.

Do you need extra income to prevent homelessness?

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