MAMA AFRICA & BUILDING WITH OUR HOMELAND
Black Wall Street was also known as "Little Africa". We proudly support the practical application of true Pan Africanism as it relates to building up a base of operations through which we, as a black community, can connect with governments in the Homeland. Economic development is a part of a larger strategy to build partnerships to create channels of power and influence between Africa and the black diaspora.
BWS2.0 is proud and excited to be working with BAIO, the Black African Infrastructure Organization to help us navigate the social and political climates in Africa. Rather than contemplating what things would be like or discussing philosophical theories about, we will actually be putting boots on the ground to connect and build in Africa, working to empower black people worldwide.