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Thriving Black-owned businesses 'righting the wrongs of the past' in rural Mississippi

In one of the poorest rural regions of the country's poorest state, a Black entrepreneur is helping Black owned businesses open and thrive even during the pandemic.

People gather at the memorial for the dead and wounded outside of Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., on Friday. A 15-year-old has been charged as an adult with murder and terrorism. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Michigan shooting suspect is among thousands of U.S. minors charged as adults yearly

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Metamorphosis Blazo
Beverly Chills Kid Taro & Shuko
These Rivers Between Us Slow Six
Sunday Afternoon Doctor Flake
Toner [Instrumental Suite] [Instrumental] Christophe Beck & Mark Kilian
Suite: Liberté Peter Frampton
Dea Trilok Gurtu/Arkè String Quartet
Exoskeleton [Moss of Aura Remix] Dan Friel
Adu Khutko

Restaurants, like this McDonald's in Miami Beach, Fla., have been big engines of job growth. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Hiring slowed sharply in November, even before omicron, with 210,000 jobs added

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Ungodly Fruit Wax Tailor
Changes DAO, Tom Doolie, & Cap Kendricks

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Thriving Black-owned businesses 'righting the wrongs of the past' in rural Mississippi

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All My Blessings Are a Curse This Is a Process of a Still Life
Sequence II Library Tapes and Hoshiko Yamane

Danyelle Clark-Gutierrez and her service dog, Lisa, shop for food at a grocery store. Clark-Gutierrez got the yellow Labrador retriever to help her cope with post-traumatic stress disorder after she experienced military sexual trauma while serving in the Air Force. Stephanie O'Neill for KHN hide caption

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More veterans with PTSD will soon get help from service dogs. Thank the 'PAWS' Act

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Pacific Theme Broken Social Scene
When the Sky Falls Black Milk
Come, Come, Ye Saints The O'Neill Brothers
Seasons Aso

In this courtroom sketch, Ghislaine Maxwell is seated at the defense table while watching the testimony of witnesses during her trial on Tuesday in New York. Elizabeth Williams/AP hide caption

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The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell: What happened this week

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