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    Robert

    We boycott our own BLACK businesses everyday. We very seldom spend in a Black owned business. We make every other ethnic group RICH. Why not boycott White, Asian, Arab, businesses for a change??

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    emile

    I think that this article alone speaks volumes of the similarities experienced by both Black economies in the U.K. and the U.S., and testaments to the growing consciousness of Black consumers. Realistically, it is going to take some time to get our people to fully comprehend the dynamics under which our current economic habits (shopping, investing, saving, etc.) are working against our best interests instead of the prosperity we could be enjoying. The effectiveness of redefining the economic cycle of consumer dollars to our benefit is being undermined by current spending habits. However, once more people begin to see the true potential of manipulating and controlling our economic power through wise choices, only then can we expect others to respect our actions. This can only be accomplished by spending or patronizing business that invests/re-invests their money directly in our economic interests.

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