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Black entrepreneurs in the hair industry aren't taking what the Koreans are doing sitting down. There are advocates out there who are organized and need the support of their own people.

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Then they'll be seeking out the brutha mentioned in my previous post for their "raw materials." After all, retailers can only do so much - it's at the distribution level that Koreans have their stranglehold on the industry.
 
You're correct, Sis. Kadijah, at least it's that way in the U.S.

A couple of months ago I was chatting with a Nigerian woman in the U.K. that owns a hair business and she told me that Indians (India) have a monopoly on hair distribution there.
 

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