The primary goal of our group is to outline the key elements in establishing Black Wall Street USA (BWSD USA) districts. We show persons how to recognize a potential district and perform the necessary tasks to organize a district. This is essential to the continued growth and revitalization of black businesses. This our District manual will guide district leaders through the planning and implementation process including authoring legislation. Planning is defined as the deliberate social or organizational activity of developing a strategy of future action to achieve a desired set of goals for solving different problems in complex content to implement the chosen strategy. The implementation is the processes taken by which decisions relating to the future social and economic growth of a geographically distinguished area that is dominated by 50%-70% of black owned businesses and population. The goal is to create a district that is vital, clean, safe and attractive for the enjoyment of district members and visitors and maintain a method of exchanging business information between members. The mission of Black Wall Street USA remain to sustain and increase black businesses through business development, community relations and economic stability. We are proud to take on the stewardship of our communities in the same spirit of the original Black Wall Street district in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Black Wall Street USA, 4100 Redwood Rd, Oakland, United States