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This week on ...


For the People... law in plain language

with Debra D. Rainey, Esq.


Wall Street Burning,


Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Race Riot of 1921


“Black Wall Street”

The untold Story


What is story of Black Wall Street?


What were some of the defining factors that allowed the

Blacks in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma

to develop such affluence?


Why isn’t the history of Black Wall Street taught in our schools?


Why is it that folks who lived during the time of the Race

Riot on Tulsa’s Black Wall Street would not tell their stories?


Why do many Black people believe that the signal of their

 having reached the height of success is when they move

out of or leave the Black community?





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Host: Debra D. Rainey, The Compassionate Lawyer

Cohosts: Blaq aka the “Broke Poet” and Asia Proctor aka “P-roc”

Executive Producer/Production Consultant: Renee Norris-Jones,

 aka 'Simply the Producer’

Director of Programming:  Robbin K. Stanton, aka “Aunt Robbin”

Musical Director/Board Genius: BreeAyre Anderson aka “Kewl Breeze”


This episode was produced by Robbin K. Stanton


Airdate: February 17, 2015


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