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“Tulsa, Oklahoma, is a city diverse in its people and culture, fueled by a complicated past. Some of which involves the historic Greenwood District, better known as Black Wall Street, a community of prominence and wealth for Black people in the early 1900s. ‘You could go down to Greenwood Avenue, which was really the hub of what was called Black Wall Street and find restaurants, grocery stores and movie theaters and taxi cabs and haberdasheries and furriers. But also doctors and lawyers and pharmacists, dentists,’ said Hannibal B. Johnson, Esq., an author, attorney and consultant.”