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  • Jeff Pohlhammer

    I am a 55 year old small business owner who just saw your magazine for the first time at the airport in the Bahamas where I travel often. Please tell me how your magazine title isn’t promoting racism? I’m not a racist myself, but I can not see how you [as I] would not view a magazine called “White Enterprise” as anything but racist……….so what gives? Please explain.

  • treasure

    Mr. Pohlhammer, you pose a legitimate question. The only answer I can give you is, due to 400 years of slavery, some things are just a “given”. .Black people in america were denied the right to an education so long until the majority of us were never taught about the issues of finance and how to attain wealth by our ancestors. Black Enterprise magazine offers us the option to learn what we were not taught and gives us opportunity to learn what “America” denied us for 400 years. The title is merely an eye-catcher for those who those who may need this information. You may or may not be a racist but it’s funny how it is the racist or those looking for an excuse to become one who complain about any thing that has the word “Black” in it. .

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