Black Wallstreet was America's most affluent African American Community and Business District and was bombed From The Air in 1921! All blacks were apprehended and taken to Concentration Camps! Dead bodies were dumped into the river and in mass grave sites. The actual death toll will never be known! The story was covered up and kept from the public. Author's Jay Jay Wilson and Ron Wallace broke this astounding story in 1992! Since then the story has been covered on Nightline, 60 Minutes, A&E, The History Channel, BET, CNN, The New York Times, Boston Globe and mainstream press all across the country and abroad! Author Jay Jay Wilson carries this legacy on into the new millennium!
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The extraordinarily talented author, filmmaker, composer Jay Jay Wilson has an incredible background in the entertainment business. For years he performed with some of the industry's top entertainers. He's been producing, writing and directing video and music projects, television shows, film presentations and corporate videos for the past 6 years. He now travels around the country lecturing on Black Wallstreet, telling of the marvelous role models and entrepreneurs with the very popular Black Wallstreet Legacy Summer 2000 Tour! Black Wallstreet inspires the Urban Community and revitalizes the wonderful entrepreneurial spirit that existed in Black Wallstreet in 1921!Review:
"Allow me to commend you for the research and writing of this vital segment of Oklahoma history." -- DAVID WALTERS, Former Governor of Oklahoma
"We applaud your efforts to plant positive seeds in the minds of our children and Americans, specifically African Americans..." -- MARIO CUOMO, Former Mayor of New York!
"You are to be commended for bringing this virtually lost and untold story to the attention of the public." -- MAYNARD JACKSON, Former Mayor Of Atlanta, Georgia
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Book Description Black Wallstreet Pub, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111884265022
Book Description Black Wallstreet Pub, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1884265022