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<p>Activist Bob Law tells the Brooklyn community to redirect the money they spend at fast food restaurants to Black schools and businesses.</p>

Activist Bob Law tells the Brooklyn community to redirect the money they spend at fast food restaurants to Black schools and businesses.

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Lets Get Serious

In 1960, there were 103 Black elected officials throughout the nation. By 1990, that number had grown to 9000. Nonetheless, as we approach 2014, all of the social comfort indicators show that the political and economic status of African Americans continues to decline.

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The holidays, racism and inappropriate behavior

Recently in New York, two young Black shoppers were arrested while shopping at the upscale Barneys clothing store

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Activist proposes more money for Black institutions, less for fast-food industry

According to former radio personality and community activist Bob Law, Blacks should consider how the way they spend their money could influence policy in America.