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Harlem Pastor Rallys for Black Economic Power

With corporate retailers moving into the historic Harlem business district on 125th Street, black businesses are losing ground literally. (Courtesy: Black Enterprise)

Rev. Dennis Dillon is know as New York City's economics pastor. Dillon is founder of the local paper Christian Times and the Brooklyn Christian Center. (Photo Courtesy: Rev. Dennis Dillon)

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(AURN) -- Rev. Dennis Dillon, pastor of Riverside Church in Harlem, says as African-Amerians reflect on the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation the economic state of the Black community should be at the top of their agendas.

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