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A public art initiative designed to bring awareness to Tulsa, Oklahoma Greenwood/Black Wall Street District.
Greenwood, a black neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma, also known as “Black Wall Street” was destroyed by white mobs after Dick Rowland is arrested and charged with assaulting a white female elevator operator. The poster shows the name of the building (Drexel) and elevator indicator is pointing the floor where the accusation took place. The flames coming from the elevator indicator spell out the words “Black Wall Street” with a silhouette of a person with their hands up in the letter “T”. The gradient color pallet and gritty textures resembles the burning and ash of the Greenwood neighborhood.
A group poster exhibit for the 2021 Centennial of the 1921 Race Massacre that occurred in Tulsa, OK. in the Greenwood District. The public exhibition will happen in May 2021.