National Day of Empowerment: #TheNewBlackWallStreet


When we do not understand our history, we are likely to repeat the mistakes, less likely to learn, and lack an ability to improve and reach our maximum potential. The affluent city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, also known as Black Wall Street, was destroyed 96 years ago. The Greenwood community was home to numerous thriving businesses that included banks, schools, churches, restaurants, grocery stores, a hospital, movie theaters, and private airplanes.


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YP FIT Self-Care Tips for Young Professionals


A member isn't committed to being #YPFit without paying attention to all aspects of their health. There are many ways to seek support, but a solid starting point for good mental health is through positive self care. Check out these tips from our own NULYP Secretary, Charlene Luma, who serves as the Program Director of the Boston Trauma Response Team by day. Self-care includes any intentional actions you take to care for your physical, mental and emotional health.


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NULYP Honors Michelle Williams


Entrepreneurial Mentor & Outstanding Texan


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NULYP Honors Jasmine Twitty


Judicial History Maker & Empowerment Leader for Young Women


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NULYP Honors Roy Tatem, Jr.


National Political Consultant & Entrepreneur


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NULYP Honors Adrianne Slash


Diversity and Inclusion Expert & Revered Civic Leader


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