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6 Responses to 5 Iconic Harlem Businesses That Didn’t Survive

  1. Sean Felder says:

    If we as Blacks came to support Harlem Lanes more and invest,it would still be around.I used to promote XS Energy Drinks there for exposure.

  2. Sean Felder says:

    Used to hold meeting there,reflect on how to build my XS Energy Drink brand.

  3. Deborah Gary says:

    It’s a little late now – because the costs are so high, but we must start buying our commercial locations. That makes it much harder to get displaced – aside from eminent domain. There is a lot of money flowing through our hands – somehow it’s got to be combined to the benefit of black-owned commercial gateways.

  4. HCBerndt says:

    The ironic ad from WALMART over this article says it all…

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