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Although Blackvoices.com, targeted towards African American culture, the site was never black-owned. All of the aforementioned websites are white owned.They eventually sold to AOL and then was later purchased by the Huffington Post. There is not one single relevant social network that is owned by a black person who is not famous.That's because there are hardly any black social networks.Sure, we have a few popular blogs that were created by black people but not really many black social networks.Many lovely groups that cater to black people on as well as Facebook.com, but the inevitable truth is that these are also white owned and controlled websites.When it comes to control, black people automatically surrender it to more established white . Black people feel comfortable depending on white businesses.Instead of approaching him you secretly dream about him asking for your number as you talk about him to your friends. Several years ago at the outset of all the changes that have recently taken place in my life I was talking to my coach about my constant feeling of breathlessness, feelings of permanently running to keep up with myself.
Some refer to this as the Europeanization of African Americans.We spend more money to eat at white restaurants and pay more money to shop for white clothing lines.What is the most pathetic thing of all, is that when white people decide to advertise to black people, they don't hire black marketing experts.The company is run by Community Connect who also run and Asian Black Planet says their goal is to "strengthen the black community" which is a noble goal for a white company to have.
Omar Wasow is the creator of New York Online which was a pre-web community he started in 1993 from his living room in Brooklyn, NYC.