The Wall Street Journal is reporting on race and entrepreneurship. One hundred years after the Tulsa Race Massacre, the community known as Black Wall Street has become a symbol of the challenges Black communities face in building and sustaining wealth. If you are a Black entrepreneur, what lessons do you draw from the legacy of Black Wall Street? How have your forebears influenced the way you think about business, community and purpose? We would like to hear about your experiences in the form below.