Featuring an interactive exhibition of The Women of Greenwood highlighting the accomplishments and contributions of Augusta Stradford, Susie Bell, Loula Williams, Eunice Jackson, Mary E. Jones Parrish, Mabel Little, Dr. Olivia Hooker and Mother Grace Tucker.
Ribbon cutting, champagne toast, music by DJ Sir Mike and catering by S.L.A.P.S.
From the struggle for women’s suffrage, to establishing some of the most well-known Greenwood institutions (Dunbar School, Williams Dreamland Theatre, Bell & Little Cafe) as well as leading the charge to rebuild Greenwood’s business district in 1921, women have played an important role in Greenwood’s building, rebuilding and community strength. Queen, a descendant of several influential Greenwood legacies, says, “ I feel like I am walking into my purpose. I’m excited about the opportunities as an artist and businesswoman during this resurgence of energy and collaboration in Greenwood”.
Designed by Dr. Wendi Wilkerson using curated content from The Victory of Greenwood and made possible by the collaboration of several Tulsans with funding from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission and WPX Energy.
Free to the public, donations accepted.