To Who You Give Your Money, You Give Your Power!
Neilsen and Essense Confirm Black U.S. Buying Power Will Soon Reach $1.3 Trillion = Jobs & Wealth For Others,
While Black People Spend Only 2% With Black Owned Biz. Click Here To Read Details.
Racism in America Has Always Profited Off Of The Pain Of Black People But This Christmas You Have A Choice To No Longer Be A Exploited Victim.
‘We intend to boycott Christmas but not Jesus’
The first call to action from the massive gathering on 10.10.15 Justice or Else! was the nation-wide boycott of the holiday spending season –beginning with Black Friday, Nov. 27th. During his Justice or Else address, Minister Farrakhan quoting Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “We have to find a way to redistribute the pain.” He talked about going to businesses that benefited from black dollars and he said, “We have to now withdraw our economic support, so that those who give us pain can receive some pain in return.”
“You’re either going to treat us right, or we’re going to withdraw from you our economic support. …We intend to boycott Christmas but not Jesus,” Minister Farrakhan said. “We choose not to spend dollars on Black Friday, Black Saturday, Black Sunday, Black Monday. We are not going to spend our money for the rest of that year with those companies that we have traditionally spent our money on.”
Up With Jesus, Down With Santa
TEN good reasons to #BoycottChristmas
There are a million reasons for Blacks to flex their economic muscle to gain their own freedom, justice, and equality. On October 10th the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhanassembled one million people of all races and faiths who have declared to the world that they want Justice, Or Else!
Minister Farrakhan called for a boycott of the lucrative Christmas industry as a first step in addressing the wanton murders of Blacks by the police forces of America, as well as the other injustices that have plagued our communities for generations.
Here are TEN good reasons to Boycott Christmas—now and forevermore. (Click Here)