Black Friday’s Origins: It’s ‘Black’ for a Reason

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Have you ever wondered why it isn’t called ‘White Friday?’ Or since it’s about shopping for Christmas, why not ‘Green’ or ‘Red Friday?’ It isn’t even necessary to use a color and, because most people are out purchasing useless consumer…

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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