Georgetown University African American history Professor Marcia Chatelain examined the role that fast food franchises have played in African American entrepreneurship and economic empowerment since the late 1960s. The author reported that black-owned McDonald’s restaurants had sales of over $2 billion by 2010. close
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Marcia Chatelain Associate Professor (Former) Georgetown University->History Department
Theodore "Ted" R. Johnson Senior Fellow Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law
Mark Schmitt Director New America->Political Reform Program
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