CHOP IT UP: Black Wall Street Journey Edition
July 8, 2021
Join Arts + Public Life this summer for a three-part conversation about the Black economy.
Artist Rick Lowe and journalist Natalie Moore team up to dish and dissect the intersections of race and economic development. Presented in conjunction with Black Wall Street Journey—a hub for neighborhood regeneration initiated by Lowe in Washington Park—and anchored by the centennial anniversary of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and observation of the historic Black Wall Street, guests from disparate sectors of the Black economic landscape will weigh in on cultural dimensions of Black ownership, business, self-reliance, determination and mutual aid.
July CHOP IT UP featured guests: Tiffany Joi, Hemp Heals Body Shop Ghian Foreman, Emerald South Economic Development Collaborative Anton Seals Jr, Grow Greater Englewood