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About

About

The Founder 

The Black Wall Street Times was founded by Nehemiah D. Frank in 2017. Nehemiah is a descendant of families who lived in the Greenwood District, which became famously known as Black Wall Street after Booker T. Washington dubbed the community the “Negro Wall Street of America.”

This prosperous community was the victim of the worst act of racial violence against Black people in American history during the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

As a means of honoring the victims, survivors, and descendants, Nehemiah named his publication The Black Wall Street Times.

He currently serves as the publication’s editor-in-chief.

Nehemiah D. Frank (left) with MSNBC Host of the Cross Connection Tiffany Cross (right).

A National Publication 

Although The Black Wall Street Times began solely as a Tulsa-based newspaper, it has gained national and international recognition following global coverage of the 100th anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. As a means of serving African-Americans in other regions of the country, the publication expanded its journalistic focus to include national issues. The Black Wall Street Times, however, maintains a hyper-focus on issues affecting the City of Tulsa and the Greenwood community or Black Tulsans.

The founder and the news publication have been featured on MSNBC, NBC, ABC, BBC, Forbes, Fortune, Market Watch, TIME, Politico, and more.


Mike Creef, Nehemiah D. Frank, Joel Wade, and Deon Osborne at Julius Jones Rally 

Journalistic Beats

  • Oklahoma & National Politics
  • Social Justice
  • Education
  • Health
  • Business
  • Arts & Culture
  • Entertainment
  • Business
  • Sports
  • Opinions
  • Etc.

The Black Wall Street Times is a national news publication for African Americans, marginalized groups, and their allies. The company functions as Delaware Corporation with a board, private investors, and grant partners.


Black Wall Street Times Store and Newsroom

Retail Store & Newsroom

The Black Wall Street Times and Newsroom is located in the historic Greenwood District at 217 E. Archer St. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103.

  • Retail Hours are Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.

Social Media Platforms

The Black Wall Street Times has several social media platforms it publishes and communicates through.


Legal

The Black Wall Street Times, Inc. is represented by Greenberg Traurig, P.A.