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Although African Americans have made major strides in the entertainment industry, there are still many doors not yet open. Hear some of the entertainment and music industries' best and brightest discuss how urban culture is a major driving force in today's economy and how to capitalize on it.

©2004 Frasernet (P)2009 Frasernet

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  • 04-03-2021

Must listen

Various views on one extremely important topic. everyone should listen especially black parents. very much worth the cost.

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  • 02-04-2019

A great discussion

A live recording of a panel or conference but good conversation. I thought this would have been an actual book he wrote. outside of his introduction of the moderator there is no discussion or words with him.

let me be clear this is not a book but it's worth the listen/read. There are some key takeaways of holding each other accountable.

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  • Kecia F.
  • 05-04-2016

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This was a wonderful and insightful piece of work! I look forward to hearing more.

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