The native Fulton Avenue Books and Espresso is the one black-owned brick and mortar bookstore in Tulsa and can quickly have a kiosk at Tulsa Worldwide Airport. 

The bookstore was based by Onikah Asamoa Caesar in July of 2020, and he or she stated she’s all the time dreamed of having the ability to increase. 

“It is a lot foot visitors and particularly now we have folks which might be coming to Tulsa for the primary time, and so they see Fulton Avenue on their approach in or Fulton Avenue on their approach out, so I am actually excited to have simply this illustration at our airport,” Caesar stated. 

Caesar stated rising up she liked books and after changing into a 1st grade instructor she realized many books did not mirror all her college students or their future’s.

“We wished to create an area the place Black people, brown people and indigenous people and marginalized communities can stroll in and see themselves mirrored on the cabinets,” Caesar stated. 

There can be numerous books, literature, and merchandise for folk to buy at her airport location. 

“We are going to preserve true to our range of literature. I all the time say Fulton Avenue is greater than books and occasional, we’re a platform for group. So, we’re additionally bringing different manufacturers locally so that folk who’re visiting Tulsa, passing by way of can not solely see Fulton Avenue however see this superb vibrant group that now we have right here in Tulsa,” Caesar stated.  

There’s not an official date for the grand opening however Caesar hopes vacationers will be capable of store by the top of the month.