Economy

What's Behind the Rise in Black Entrepreneurship?

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Census data show a spike in the number of African American entrepreneurs. But why?

Barbara Thomas, president of the National Black MBA Association, and Al Frazier, Chief Executive of Good Movement Incorporated and Total Transportation Services, help explain.

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