No current or future supercharging stations in predominantly African American communities. Why? Is this a case of redlining? Is this Tesla's way to prevent the sale of its products to African Americans?
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I don't go into black communities either, so what??? I know no one in them and there simply aren't any businesses that I do business with in those communities. Wait a minute I do like the Popeye's in Savannah and have eaten there. That's actually right on MLK, you do know that the white men wanted to make sure other whites knew what part of any city had the highest crime??? Right??? That's why they started naming MLK's all over the US, like a ghetto GPS of it's day.
what are you saying? Black people don't have money? Don't live in Middle class neighborhoods? Don't have good job? I disagree with that statement. They can't help the system has kept them from education, jobs, land ownership, voting rights, promotions at work, and so on, which has resulted and continues to impact soe families that haven't found ways to overcome the racism of the past. Why would you put all blacks in a single category?
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You cannot seriously believe that the company does not want to sell to anyone with the means to purchase the car. Supercharger stations are not placed in large urban communities, no matter what their ethnicity. They are located midway between major cities for recharging on the long trips between them. After local travel a car owner tops off the battery overnight in his home garage.