As mentioned in the podcast, to donate to the Black Wall Street 2021 Campaign, visit https://www.restoreblackwallstreet2021.com.
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It’s Tight Like That – Walter Barnes & His Royal Creolians
Performance by Dr. Harold Aldridge courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society