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We Are the Solution for the Issues of Injustice and Racism

Our Black Wall organization methodology creates executable plans that are designed to eradicate injustice and racism and aim to tear down the systems of oppression within our nation. Together, with your help, we are building Walls of Change that will become the foundation of THE BELOVED COMMUNITY. We are building a society based on justice, equality, and love of our fellow human beings. Within this Community, all are free from their past interactions and are able to look upon one another as equals. For when we love others as we love ourselves, the many become one.

Rebuilding A Great America One Brick at A Time

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We are asking people to come alongside the Black Wall USA organization. You are not defined by Race. You are not a minority. You are not dependent. You have an ethnicity, you have a culture. You are people of the Black Diaspora.   With a Black Wall partnership, you will become a part of a progressive organization that will shape and mold American Economic Justice, Criminal Justice, Social Justice, Civil Justice, Education, Housing, Employment, Law, Policy, and Politics.


-Builders Needed-

How Do We Build a Black Wall Together

It starts with many like-minded people organized together and pooling their resources, thoughts, ideas, and determination.  The Black Wall partners will help identify, create, and execute protests, the drafting of policies, and economic projects, and review of potential candidates at the local, state, and federal levels.
The next step is to discover and define our issues, and then develop and deliver our solutions to these issues. We have created an organization that can manage these solutions we are able to provide a viable, desirable, feasible, and sustainable system to defeat injustice and racism in America. 
We believe that the people of the Black Diaspora are not monolithic in their thinking but can come together under a progressive mindset to affect real change.




This is not our Next Generation’s Fight