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The message is not just in the words.

I HIGHLY ANTICIPATE EACH MONTHLY EDITION OF BLACK ENTERPRISE, but was very disappointed with your May 2006 issue. After reading the first 25 pages, I laid the magazine down with the front cover displaying the three pastors and the back cover displaying the Patron tequila advertisement. When I awoke in the morning and looked at the whole picture, I thought, 'What an oxymoron.' What type of message are you sending to your readers? It's OK to go to church and then drink tequila? Your advertising department needs to take a better look at the statistics concerning how fast food and alcohol affect the black community. The numbers are increasing, just like the numbers of blacks in prison. Wake up!

Shearill Brown

Corona, CA

shearill@yahoo.com
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Title Annotation:Letters
Author:Brown, Shearill
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Aug 1, 2006
Words:126
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