Black businesses tap "resiliency funds" amid COVID
Tuesday, 29 September 2020 ()
"Resiliency funds" are helping Black-owned business stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, continuing a long tradition of mutual aid within African American communities with limited access to capital, networks and government programs. (Sept. 28)
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