Black Wall Street Greenville, SC joins the Black Wall Street USA Family
Thursday, September 6, 2012
OAKLAND NATIONAL HQ – Rev. Michael Carter, Sr., Black Wall Street USA national president announced today that Greenville, SC has been added to the family of 30+ Black Wall Street USA districts around the United States. According to Co-Organizers Mark Hogue and Dwayne Turner both of Greenville, there are two communities on the list of perspective sites to initiate Black Wall Street Greenville platform.
Rev. Carter, Sr. said, “This is a movement in the Spirit to Cause a Spiritual Movement for our people. In the Spirit of Black Wall Street Tulsa (1830-1921), we now have 34 physical Black Wall Street Districts in the US. From Oakland to Chicago to Atlanta. The primary goal of this our group is to outline the key elements in establishing Black Wall Street USA (BWSD USA) districts.
The national organization show persons how to recognize a potential district and perform the necessary tasks to organize a district. Which is essential to the continued growth and revitalization of black businesses and the targeted community. The Black Wall Street USA district manual will guide persons through the planning and implementation process including authoring legislation.
For more information contact: Black Wall Street Greenville organizing team: Dwayne Turner
firstname.lastname@example.org, 980-223-9134 and Mark Hogue, email@example.com, 864-551-5475. Also visit: http://www.facebook/blackwallstreetgreenville
Black Wall Street District USA is a national organization that represents 31 Black Wall Street District communities throughout the United States. Some cities Include Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Chicago-Regional (13 Districts including 47th Street in Bronzeville, E 75th Street, Madison Street, Stoney Island, Peoria, IL and Gary, ID and seven others), Minneapolis, Newark, Oakland, and Seattle, Washington. Black Wall Street USA headquarters are in Oakland. For more information visit: http://www.blackwallstreet.org.
The spirit of Black Wall Street was shown in the foundation of our ancestors of Tulsa Oklahoma using their own consumer spending power and talents to create a self contained successful Black community with hundreds of Black owned and operated businesses within 35 city blocks. In that historic spirit. www.blackwallstreet.org | Facebook: BlackWallStreetUSA