Why Aren’t There Any African-Americans on the A&E Television Show “Intervention?”?

Question by Dreamer: Why aren’t there any African-Americans on the A&E Television show “Intervention?”?
This seems rather odd to me, considering that drug and alcohol addiction is a problem that affects every community.

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Answer by ?Sodas?
There are , you need to watch it more–there are lots of different races. Everyone has problems.

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