Friendship-West is committed to economic justice in supporting Black-owned businesses, advocating for just lending practices, and working towards comprehensive sustainable community development. For five years, we've provided an opportunity for Black entrepreneurs to promote and sell their goods and services at West Wall Street. In 2021, we've commemorated the 100th year since the Tulsa Race Massacre through events and advocacy. We will close out the year by observing the last one hundred days of this centennial Sankofa moment by promoting 100 Days of Buying Black. We are seeking to encourage people across the nation to spend their dollars with Black-owned businesses for 100 days to increase the sales and growth of those businesses. Our goal is to continue the legacy of Black Wall Street by circulating our dollars within the Black community to strengthen our economic base.
June 2, 2021 - Friendship-West host panel discussion featuring Dr. Robert Turner, Nancy St. Jacobs and Lamar Tyler to commemorate Black Wall Street & the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Please use the below form to share with us the business(es) you will be supporting during this time period.