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Breaking The Cycle Of Disinvestment In Lower-Income Communities

People who want to start businesses in lower-income neighborhoods often have trouble getting bank loans. But some investors are looking specifically to help businesses in those areas.

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Breaking The Cycle Of Disinvestment In Lower-Income Communities

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"I feel like there's no Venezuelan that doesn't know depression, doesn't know oppression," singer-songwriter Lolita De Sola says. Santiago Mendez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lolita De Sola On Making Music Amid Venezuela's Political Crisis

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