Bloomberg is expected to unveil his “Greenwood Initiative,” a plan his campaign says “will help address the systemic bias that has kept many Black Americans from gaining wealth.” It calls for ending discriminatory business practices and biased policies in the financial, criminal justice and voting systems in America that have resulted in loss of wealth for African American families. The Greenwood district of North Tulsa, known as “Black Wall Street” in the early 20th century, was home to more than 300 African American-owned businesses. In 1921, a mob of white residents destroyed the neighborhood and killed at least 300 black people. According to Bloomberg’s plan, the initiative will pave the way for the creation of 1 million new black homeowners and 100,000 new black-owned

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