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'Stop using our pain to attract black consumers'

BBC News Thursday, 25 June 2020 ()
Some brands have been accused of jumping on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon just to sell their products.
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Some brands have been accused of jumping on the Black Lives Matter bandwagon just to sell their products.

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