(There are at least 3 parts) I was watching this clip, and about 6, or so minutes into it, a sista who make her own hair-cair products spoke about korean owned stores had begun to blacklist their products, reducing shelf space for products made by non-black businesses while duplicating what the black folks were making. Sometime ago, I was debating with someone about economic discrimination. I pointed out how stores would give little to no shelf-space to products made/produced by black-owned companies. The sista on the clip further substantiates that fact. Personally, I don't think the "korean connection" has it on lockdown so much so that we can't get into that market. One way to break into it, is to obviously hire black folk and try to donate/fund projects or programs that help the community in some way. Scholarships/grants for college or vocation. The koreans aren't doing that. Show to the people that one is of the community where one's business stands and the support will ensue. Also, for those who buy these hair care products, ferret out these black-owned and product-made business and get at'em as much as possible.