The Original Black Wall Street Merchant Marketplace Continues Despite the Earlier Rain

The Original Black Wall Street Merchant Marketplace Continues Despite the Earlier

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The rain poured down this morning, leaving many to wonder if The Original Black Wall Street Merchant Marketplace would continue today. And that is a definite “Yes!”

Vendors are in the 100 block of the Historic Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. T-shirts, hats, jewelry, beauty products, and snack, to name a few items available. The rain, thunder, and lightning that rolled through Tulsa this morning aren’t stopping the merchants and shoppers from trading.

So,  come on out and support. Meet some of the local vendors and try out their products. The Original Black Wall Street Merchant Marketplace event collaborates with The Historic Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, The Greenwood BeatWFPG, and TCLiving Marketing.  The event will take place EVERY Saturday from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm in the courtyard at the OneOk Field entrance on Greenwood Ave., in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Vendor opportunities are available for future events. Sign up HERE!


Old-School Gospels on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG with Francetta L. Mays

Old-School Gospels on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG with Francetta L. Mays

Yes, Lord! The Old-School Gospels on the The Greenwood Beat – WFPG with Francetta L. Mays are sounding really good. Reaching back to the roots of the elders and hearing the songs that brought about a soul cleansing are back on the airways EVERY Sunday on WFPG. Host Francetta stated at the launch of the station that one of her goals was to bring back the gospels on Sunday morning. She has done just that! Those old-school songs sound really good on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG.

Songs like “My Soul has been Anchored” sang by many of the greats in the gospel industry made the playlist for this Sunday. Another old favorite “Cooling Water” was played in the elven o’clock hour and just like that everything was sounding real good.

If you miss some of those old-school gospels, tune in EVERY Sunday starting at 5:00 AM CST. Hear songs from artist such as the Mighty Clouds of Joy,  Andre` Crouch,  Thomas A. Dorsey, Dottie Peoples and Rev. James Cleveland just to name a few. Tune in from your favorite device. Find us on Apple Music, the Play Store, TuneIn Radio or visit our website and press the green play button. (

The Greenwood Beat – WFPG launched on June 8, 2023 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at its location on the Historic Greenwood Ave., also known as “The Original Black Wall Street.” WFPG is the first black, women-owned radio station in Oklahoma. The station is located in the buildings owned and operated by The Greenwood Chamber of Commerce (Greenwood Chamber). Established in 1926, the Greenwood Chamber is the oldest black economic chamber in the United States.

The Greenwood Chamber President, Dr. Freeman Culver, and Board have worked diligently to keep and maintain the area. Their work has come with great miles stones such as being listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well as creating more opportunities for commerce on Greenwood by collaborating with The Greenwood Beat – WFPG and TCLiving and Marketing to create The Original Black Wall Street Merchant Marketplace.

Invest in Greenwood. Join the Historic Greenwood Chamber of Commerce!

Resilience is happening on Greenwood and its a beautiful thing! Tune in EVERY Sunday for a soul cleansing with “Old-School Gospels on The Greenwood Beat – WFPG” with Francetta L. Mays.

Also on Sundays @ 1:30 PM CST

Trumpet on Greenwood with host Minister Alvin Muhammad

C O M I N G  S O O N!

The Referea with host Heather Nicole Nash.

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Let’s support the first black female-owned radio station in Oklahoma!

Let’s support the first black female-owned radio station in Oklahoma! The Greenwood Beat – WFPG


WFPG launched June 8, 2023 in the Historic Greenwood District AKA The Original Black Wall Street located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

All eyes are on Greenwood after Americans are learning and sharing the story of the 1921 Race Massacre that happened in Tulsa on Greenwood, which destroyed 35 square miles of black owned businesses and homes.

Dr. Angela K. Chambers started The Greenwood Beat – WFPG with friend, business partner and prayer warrior partner Dr. Francetta L. Mays. Together they have created an amazing platform to aid in bridging the community, families, organizations and agencies for a better Tulsa for all.

The station has programming for 24/7, 365 days per year consisting of music, radio shows, inspiration, education, history and sports.

Both ladies host the Refocused and Informed Radio Talk Show, which is the anchor show. Angela serves as the Chief Executive Officer and recently surprised Francetta, Chief Operations Officer and listeners with the news of the show’s syndication.


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The Original Black Wall Street Marketplace

The Original Black Wall Street Marketplace

Contact: Angela K. Chambers

The Original Black Wall Street Marketplace by the Greenwood Beat, TCLiving Marketing, and GCC Will Launch on June 24th to Connect Small Businesses with the Greenwood Community

Tulsa, Oklahoma – In collaboration with TCLiving Marketing and the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, the Greenwood Beat has launched the initiative of the Original Black Wall Street Marketplace. Starting June 24th, the marketplace will support and promote local businesses by connecting them with the community. The marketplace will commence every Saturday from 9 AM-1 PM in the Greenwood Courtyard.

The Black Wall Street Marketplace is an initiative to support local entrepreneurs and help them gain more exposure. The marketplace will commence on Saturday, 24 June from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM CST in the Greenwood Courtyard. Then it will recur every Saturday at the same time throughout the summer months.

The purpose of this collaboration between the Greenwood Beat, TCliving Marketing, and GCC is to assist small businesses in increasing their sales. They can reserve a booth and sell products to customers visiting the venue.

To support the cause, the Greenwood Beat radio station will heavily promote the event during its radio programming. The organizers will further promote the event through social media ads, radio ads, TV ads, flyers, and more. This will ensure registered businesses can enjoy better visibility and attract more potential customers to the marketplace.

Interested vendors can reserve their booths by getting registered online at The first 10 entries will get a special offer to book their spot for only $25.

Event organizers aim to make the marketplace the center of attention and add value to sellers as well as buyers. The Original Black Wall Street Marketplace will bridge the gap between small businesses and the community.

For further details, reach out to organizers at