Boycotts today don’t offer an alternative. We talk about boycotting businesses in the community without offering the community any type of alternative. The boycotts don’t last because people still need that business or service… and some type of convenience. Expecting people to go miles out of their way to buy products or get serviced by one black business for this’ then go another 10-20 miles out of their way to frequent another black business for ‘that’ is not convenient. Other groups recognize this, that’s why they create centralized business districts like Chinatown where they own all the businesses and shop among themselves. You rarely hear about Asians getting discriminated by white establishments because they do the ‘majority of their shopping in their own and with their own.

Boycotts today don't offer an alternative. We talk about boycotting businesses in the community without offering the community any type of alternative. The boycotts don't last because people still need that business or service... and some type of convenience. Expecting people to go miles out of their way to buy products or get serviced by one black business for this' then go another 10-20 miles out of their way to frequent another black business for 'that' is not convenient. Other groups recognize this, that's why they create centralized business districts like Chinatown where they own all the businesses and shop among themselves. You rarely hear about Asians getting discriminated by white establishments because they do the 'majority of their shopping in their own and with their own.
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