Black-Owned Businesses Are Experiencing Negative Effects Of The Pandemic NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Eugene Cornelius of Milken Institute about why African American-owned businesses are more likely to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Black-Owned Businesses Are Experiencing Negative Effects Of The Pandemic

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Black-Owned Businesses Are Experiencing Negative Effects Of The Pandemic

Black-Owned Businesses Are Experiencing Negative Effects Of The Pandemic

Black-Owned Businesses Are Experiencing Negative Effects Of The Pandemic

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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Eugene Cornelius of Milken Institute about why African American-owned businesses are more likely to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.