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Post-Covid, Consumerism, and the Future being black

The pandemic, amongst many lessons, has taught us to really look at what's most important. The surviv
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Post-Covid, Consumerism, and the Future being black
By The Afropole • Issue #91 • View online
The pandemic, amongst many lessons, has taught us to really look at what’s most important. The survival of black businesses, investment choices and the sustenance of our art, culture and music is essential for our collective win as we hold space for ourselves during these times. How do we sift through to focus on what’s most important? Black consumerism is politically and financially beneficial. Our choices matter.

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