After Words with Maggie Anderson
In Our Black Year: One Family’s Quest to Buy Black in America’s Racially Divided Economy, Maggie Anderson wrote about the year her family spent engaged in the economic experiment of buying exclusively from African-American owned business - and how difficult that was to do in her home area of Chicago. She discussed the importance of what she calls “conscious consumerism” with Washington Post reporter Krissah Thompson. close
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Maggie Anderson Co-Founder and CEO Empowerment Experiment Foundation
Krissah Thompson National Correspondent Washington Post
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