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Question by : Black Hair,Korean Monopoly?????
Please i urge each of you to check this out: http://www.youtube.com/swf/l.swf?video_id=bZs92iyWlpY&rel=1&eurl=http%3A//us.f384.mail.yahoo.com/ym/ShowLetter%3B_ylc%3DX3oDMTUyYmsyOHY5BEFjdGlvbgNWaWV3IG1lc3NhZ2UESW50bAN1cwRMbmtUeXADUmVndWxhc&iurl=http%3A//i.ytimg.com/vi/bZs92iyWlpY/default.jpg&t=OEgsToPDskJuHcMOHm5RQp7iPhkUe2DG&hl=en
Then ask yourself this question ” why should we support them?” Let them support themselves the money we put in to their beauty salons and food establishments never comes back into our communities. please lets try and abstain from spending our future not or money but our future on someone else. Our money should benefit our community , we should buy within regardless if its not as good because when you spend money it is not a one time thing it goes on and on. The ability to profit from another’s insecurities seems to be a trend across the country (Black hair,weight loss, “nutritionism” ).
The ability to profit from another’s
insecurities seems to be a trend across the country (Black hair,
weight loss, “nutritionism” ). Unfortunately it’s the easiest way to
make a quick buck of of someone or a population that relies on the
products to make themselves feel better temporarily. Some groups just
managed to catch on and jump on the bandwagon, finding their own nitche
Ms.Trust-me,I had this convo with my grandmother a couple of years ago, and she
brought up another interesting point. She’s noticed over the years the
expansion of Korean-run businesses in black neighborhoods and compared
that to the growth of Black businesses, and notes that it seems harder
for Blacks to get their foot in the door than Koreans. She believed
that there was some behind-the-scenes action taking place where the
government was making it easier for Koreans to obtain business
licenses, thus allowing them to spread their industry and keep
products in abundance and affordable for their targeted population
(us). Conspiracy? Perhaps. It’s a worthwhile angle to explore.
To others, beauty may seem like a miniscule subject to worry about.But to be honest, I had an issue with Essence magazine a few months ago.They
showcased natural styles ALL done with store bought hair. How natural
is that? They always have articles about acheiving the perfect
weave. Where do you think women are buying the hair???? Yet in the
same magazine they will have articles about acheiving wealth. The
only ones getting wealthy are the Koreans.
We as a community have made the Koreans wealthy because of our
insecurities about our appearance
Answer by ticia
Well there are more & more black-owned hair beauty supplies corporations nowadays. Purchasing their products instead of Korean ones would be benefiting to the black community. Same goes for any other beauty products.
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