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In 1921, the Black enclave of Greenwood, Oklahoma, near Tulsa was a thriving source of  Black economic power and pride. It was common for Black residents to dress their best as they engaged in their daily activities, proving that while separate from Whites, Blacks could survive based on Black dollars. That year, Black residents would…

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John Legend, the multitalented musician, activist, Trump detractor and producer behind the riveting “Underground” television series, is now tackling another untold story from Black American history: “Black Wall Street.” According to reports, Legend is now using his Get Lifted Film Co. to join forces with actress Tika Sumpter to create this series based on Black Wall Street for the…

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The Game has been flying solo ever since his departure from G-Unit years ago. But now the West Coast emcee says that he plans to join Cash Money Records after the release of his forthcoming project, The R.E.D. Album. In a recent interview with XXL, The Compton rapper, who owes Interscope Records one more album…

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