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Korey Miller
State Director
Black Wall Street Louisiana State Director
louisiana@blackwallstreet.org
225.650.5323

Ernest Gardner
Vice Director
Lara Ashley
State Administrator

Louisiana State Board

LaTania Anderson
Ericka Caldwell
Chinasa Chike
Stephan Clarke
Ashley Collins
Carlos Hampton
Ernest Johnson
Joyce Jones
Denise Marcelle
Sherman Pittman
Miner Rogers
Jawaski Sartian
Marcus Scruggs
Paxton Smith
Tracy Smith
Paulette Taylor
W. T. Winfield

State Initiatives:

- A. Black Wall Street District development
- B. 2017 Power Luncheon
- C. P.O.P Movement
- D. Synergy 360
- E. Lifeline Financial Freedom Solutions
- F. Shopping Mall development program
- G. Holocaust Museum
- H. We All We Got WAWG

Black Wall Street Louisiana

FIVE STAR EXCELLENCE *****

America Without Black People

BlackPrint Investment Group
Black Wall Street NOLA

Black Print Investment Group PowerPoint presentation

2017 Power Luncheon | Buy Tickets

Black Wall Street Louisiana 2016 Power Luncheon | Buy Tickets | Event Page
Baton Rouge

Korey S. Miller, Black Wall Street Louisiana state director and president of Black Wall Street Baton Rouge joined by...

Posted by Black Wall Street USA on Monday, July 6, 2015

Baton Rouge City Councilwoman C. Denise Marcelle recognizes Korey S. Miller, Black Wall Street Louisiana state director and president of Black Wall Street Baton Rouge at a recent Metropolitan Council meeting.

Posted by Black Wall Street USA on Monday, July 6, 2015

Greenwood Historical Map & Data

2016 Power Lunch RSVP

Holocaust in the United States of America

Dr. Carter at 132 year-old Strangers Rest MBC
Grapeland, MS

Black Wall Street Louisiana Making Waves  
Baton Rouge

Black Wall Street USA Global Conference Call - RECAP

Go Fund the Movement for the Next 300 Years

A P.O.P Movement Has Started To End Unemployment & Poverty

Black Wall Street Tulsa on Facebook

Once upon a time in American, in the year 1921, there was a Black paradise.

National President Appoints Washington Nash as Black Wall Street Baton Rouge Chair

Jackson Challenge As He Visits Black Wall Street of Tulsa

Dr. Carter, Sr. Offers Public Support to sustain The Greenwood Cultural Center in Tulsa

Bringing Back the Black | Download PDF

What was Black Wall Street?

Who established Black Wall Street?

What partially caused the 1921 Tulsa Race Riot?

What was the aftermath of the physical destruction of Black Wall Street Tulsa?

Black Wall Street USA Regional Directors Conference Meeting | March 2014

NAAFRA Speaks to the New African Family

Tulsa History Moment: O.W. Gurley

Greenwood Cultural Center

 

 

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