Blacks watched 42 percent more television in 2006 than the general population—73 hours of television per week, compared to 51 hours for the general population.
That's the equivalent of three whole days of television. Three whole days of life!
Imagine what African Americans could be doing with those three extra days per week.
Imagine the scholars, the athletes, doctors, librarians, teachers, artists that could be produced in that time. Heck, think of the better public high school graduation rates for blacks that might come out of it.