To comply with both Federal and Local mandates and suggestions for safety, the BWSAZ offices will closed until further notice. We are still working with our existing clients via different online platforms. If you need our services please email us at [email protected] and set up your appointment. Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.


Black Wall Street Arizona, Inc

“In honor of one of the most successful and wealthiest African American Communities in the United States during the twentieth Century”


3146 E Wier Avenue STE 32
Phoenix AZ 85040


(602) 305-4673


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We are a Federally designated 501(c)3 non-profit agency devoted to the concept of implementing a multifaceted holistic approach to uplifting communities who have historically under-served and under-utilized and void of ownership and economic proliferation.

Our Mission

Build generational platforms by incubating businesses and community programs with knowledge and accountable, actionable, and measurable principles, which result in resources to overcoming obstacles and embracing success.

Our Vision

Unite people of African decent united as a regional hub as an omnichannel for community economic and business development to promote commerce, entrepreneurship and business with the framework of one thought, one goal, one people.

Help Ghanaian students learn a trade

Want to join me in making a difference? I’m raising money to assist Black Wall Street Arizona Incorporated (BWSAZ) in sponsoring 50 underprivileged Ghanaian students to trade school in Ghana. Any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to me.

Ghana is situated in West Africa and has land borders with the Republic of Togo in the East, Ivory Coast to the West and Burkina Faso in the North and at the southern end is the Gulf of Guinea. The Coastline is 560 km long. The population of the country is close to 27m people.


Deborah Lowe-Harper

Awesome place for resourceful information. Thank you BWSAZ for your sincere concern and love for your people.

Francisco Bustillo

As an up and coming entrepreneur, I find the information on this page to be very useful. I reached out to the president with some questions and she was more than helpful. As a hispanic person who is not a part of the African American community, I found it absolutely wonderful that I was rec’d and helped in such a professional manner. This organization is for EVERYONE and that is refreshing

Timothy Cross

I loved the meeting yesterday with you all.. It was very informative and I got the chance to meet a lot of great people there as well! Thank you Black Wall Street!