In the heart of what was originally Tulsa's "Black Wall Street" is a Black Heritage Center and the annual Juneteenth Festival.
Just north of Archer on Greenwood Avenue an open area which is the site of the annual Juneteenth Festival. Replica's of the posters from past festivals are painted on the side of the overpass. This shows that graffiti can be art. Click to Enlarge.
Juneteenth on Greenwood, a celebration of Oklahoma's African-American music traditions, began in 1989 under the direction of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. Every June that organization in conjunction with the North Tulsa Heritage Foundation hosts the free event, featuring local, regional, and nationally renown entertainers. Greenwood Avenue, near the Greenwood Cultural Center, in the historic district of Tulsa once known as "Black Wall Street," serves as the central location for the outside annual celebration.