How Tulsa's Black Wall Street is faring during the pandemic

About 99 years ago, a successful corner of early Black entrepreneurship was burned to the ground in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was one of the worst acts of racial violence in the United States. Some estimates say 300 Black people were killed in an area that is frequently referred to as "Black Wall Street." CNBC's Andrea Day reports on how today's entrepreneurs on Tulsa's Black Wall Street are faring through the pandemic.
Fri, Jun 19 20208:13 AM EDT