Black Tulsan Launches Streaming Service called Black Wall Street TV

Darnell Washington, a native son of Tulsa, Oklahoma,
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Darnell Washington, a native son of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who has over 30 years of experience in television broadcasting sales, management, and ownership, has created a new streaming service called the Black Wall Street TV Network.

He says he was inspired by the extraordinary success of the original entrepreneurs of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the early 1900s. Black Wall Street in the past was a name synonymous with successful Black-owned businesses.

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