WHY BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD ALWAYS SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES

I JUST DID A VIDEO ON PROPER PRESENTATION BUT I GUESS I SHOULD HAVE MENTIONED HAVING PATIENCE WHEN THE PRESENTATION ISNT THERE..WE HAVE TO SUPPORT BLACK OWNED BUSINESSES DESPITE OUR FAULTS AND SHORTCOMINGS..LIKE,COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE..

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  • WHY BLACK PEOPLE SHOULD ALWAYS SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES

    i just did a video on proper presentation but i guess i should have mentioned having patience when the presentation isnt there..we have to support black owned businesses despite our faults and ...

  • Why I Support Black Business Owners - The Good Men Project

    There aren’t enough Black Businesses. You occasionally will get a beauty salon, repair shop and maybe a dry cleaners. Most all other businesses are all owned by other races in the black community. This is a major reason why the black dollar doesn’t last long in the community. It leaves just as quickly as it comes in.

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