Black Wall Street
The Black Wall Street course focuses on the rise and destruction of Black Wall Street, with a leading review of The Great Migration and Harlem Renaissance. Black Wall Street was one of the most prominent concentrations of African-American businesses in the United States during the early 20th century. It was razed to the ground in the Tulsa race massacre of 1921, in which white residents massacred as many as 300 black residents, injuring hundreds more. The “riot” was one of the most devastating massacres in the history of U.S. race relations, destroying the once thriving Greenwood community.
Information about Black Wall Street
Below are additional details about the course offering and what to expect during registration and attendance of the course. Also, any additional requirements and expectations are included below for the course.
Department: Business Development, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Grade Level: Grade 08
Terms Offered: (Q4) Summer
Additional requirements: None
Matriculating Students and Family
Young scholar rate: $0.00 (included in all-inclusive tuition)
Family of young scholar rate: $0.00 (included in all-inclusive tuition)
Guest Students and Adults
Please, note that items outlined in the all-inclusive tuition are only provided to matriculating students. More information on the resources provided to guest students will be provided closer to when we open applications.
Guest student rate: $1064 (financial assistance available)
Family of guest student rate: $1418
NAHA member attendee rate: $1418
Adult attendee rate: $1891