Black Wall Street Homecoming
Durham

The annual Black Wall Street Homecoming began in 2015 as a tribute to historic downtown Durham’s own “Black Wall Street” on Parrish Street, a four-block hub of businesses and financial services owned by black entrepreneurs in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The 3-day event serves as a symbol of Black Wall Street’s impact on Durham’s history and economic growth through the decades and to today. The networking conference for early-stage entrepreneurs focuses on the intersection of content, connections, and culture. BWS serves entrepreneurs, investors, students, ecosystem supporters, and people who just want to learn. this is for you.

Website

www.bwshomecoming.com

Program

NC IDEA ENGAGE

Year

2018

Region

Research Triangle