RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – Black Wall Street Reno is a place for all to gather, learn, and find support.
“We see stuff on TV, and we see it on Facebook, so it’s a moral obligation for us as a people (to help others).”
On Saturday, Romar Tolliver and Donald Griffin opened up the nonprofit at 351 S. Wells Ave. Suite 100. The nonprofit’s name pays homage to a business district built by black people, for black people in Tulsa, Oklahoma nearly a century ago.
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