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  • View Poll Results: Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?

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    • Ideological reasons: because it's the correct thing to do

      7 35.00%
    • Practical reasons: because of superior products and services

      0 0%
    • Combination of ideological and practical reasons

      12 60.00%
    • Because I can't get what I want/need from non-Afrikans

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    • Because it's the last resort after checking with non-Afrikans

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      Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?
      Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko.
      "The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its political matters or to educate its' members"
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      “The history of Africa will remain suspended in air and cannot be written correctly until African historians connect it with the history of Egypt [...] The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest or objective, nor unruffled, he is ignorant, cowardly, and neurotic.”
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      Default Re: Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?

      Basically, becuase I am VERY proud of being Afrikan, our culture our history is the only thing I can say gives me confidence evryday. That being said I feel as if I MUST support black business. Speaking as one who has been repeated duped, overharged, and fooled by Black business owners (knee-grows/negroes) I must say i would STILL rather be duped by a brother (seemingly) than a yurugu.

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      Default Re: Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?

      I support because I have to, need to, and want to.


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      Default Re: Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?

      I get better service

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      Default Re: Why do you support Afrikan/Black owned businesses?

      If we won't who will. It is a race first mentality....



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      If we won't who will. It is a race first mentality....



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      It's the key to EVERYTHING!

      Abibifahodie!

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      Quote Originally Posted by BestVeganChef View Post
      It's the key to EVERYTHING!

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      "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters."
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      General principle

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      ...to keep circulating the black dollar


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