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  • Black Gen Yers are leading digital advancement
  • Black Gen Yers are leading digital advancement
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Black Gen Yers are leading digital advancement

Research conducted by Nielsen has found that the young African-American population is increasingly connected, enthusiastic and curious to explore new technology. Outdoing their peers from other ethnic groups, black Gen Yers are leading the pack as early influencers.



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