'Black Wall Street' entrepreneurs persevere through pandemic
Nearly a century ago, Tulsa, Oklahoma, faced one of the deadliest episodes of racial violence in America's history. A booming, black-owned business district known as "Black Wall Street" was almost completely burned to the ground and hundreds were killed as white mobs looted and set fire to buildings. CNBC's Andrea Day has the story of how the new generation of Black Wall Street entrepreneurs are faring, one year into the pandemic.
Tue, Mar 30 20215:56 PM EDT