i agree with your sentiments, however, what should the person do who doesn't have access to "black" goods and services? what if the black good/service provider doesn't produce or provide service as well as his competitors of a different race? what if i'm poor and i desparately want to buy black, but the black vendor has his prices higher than his competitors?

should we ignore the bottom line (which is law, for most) and the notion of free enterprise to buy black?

your thoughts please....
Jauna wrote: "...what should the person do who doesn't have access to "black" goods and services? what if the black good/service provider doesn't produce or provide service as well as his competitors of a different race? what if i'm poor and i desparately want to buy black, but the black vendor has his prices higher than his competitors?"

But what if black people take it to a higher level, like say create an organ to which such shortcommings can be addressed, which would try to fill the gaps as best as is possible? If it is survival we want, then we should do all it takes to ensure it. This could be a lucrative position for such an organization too. roll eyes

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