black people and money

People line up for Jordans, but would they line up for education?

People line up for Jordans, but would they line up for education?

Corporations spend millions of dollars seeking to find ways to convince us to buy things we don’t need.  They fool us with flash ads, celebrity endorsements and even subliminal messages designed to take advantage of our primitive wiring.  B. Renee Robinson out of Atlanta, Georgia, has a few things to say about that.  You can either watch the video below or download the podcast above.

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