The unthinkable levels of racist devastation was inflicted on Black Wall Street in the Greenwood Business District of Tulsa more than 100 years ago beginning on May 31, 1921.

OWN’s docuseries, “Rebuilding Black Wall Street,” hosted by Morris Chestnut shares its upcoming episode. Check out an exclusive first look.

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Educator Claudia Walker’s children’s book ‘The ABCs of Black Wall Street’ celebrates the legacies of Tulsa’s Black entrepreneurial trailblazers.

“Tulsa Burning: The 1921 Race Massacre," a new documentary about the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, tells the story of Greenwood from its founding to the present through rare footage and interviews with historians and community leaders.

Just days ahead of a widely promoted commemorative event surrounding the Tulsa Race Massacre's 100-year anniversary, the Tulsa Race Commission announced the cancellation of its "Rise and Remember” centennial celebration.

Ahead of an event marking the 100 years since the Tulsa race massacre, the group tasked with planning the centennial removed Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt from its committee.

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed House Bill 1775, which relies on a distorted framing of Critical Race Theory to prevent teaching in higher education institutions about race or sex as being inherently superior traits.

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LeBron James will executive produce a film about Black Wall Street.

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NBA star Russell Westbrook and award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson Jr. have teamed up for the creation of a docuseries about Black Wall Street.

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Mandy Bowman, the creator of Official Black Wall Street, has launched an app that makes it easier to locate Black-owned businesses.

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Black riders are more likely to receive cancellations or have a longer wait times compared to White riders, according to a new study.