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Black businesses hit hard by COVID-19 fight to stay afloat

Black businesses hit hard by COVID-19 fight to stay afloat

The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted disproportionately the black Americans, not only physically, experts argue, but economically as well. Experts say the pandemic has exacerbated existing economic disparities. ’Structural racism has created an environment where black businesses are starved for capital,’ said Marc Morial, CEO of the National Urban League, a civil rights group.

Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 3 months

Always the race angle. Can't sell toilet paper these days without race-baiting.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 3 months

Don't other businesses hit hard by COVID-19 also fight to stay afloat?

Don'tbackNV 3 months

Yeah. White people didn't feel anything at all. They didn't even die. White people are clearly superior immortal beings that never succumb to things like losing their job. They lay golden eggs in vitamin form and drive solar powered mini vans on lollipop lane. Black people just can't get a break. Nothing they do ever works or goes right. They can try everything humanly possible it only ends in poverty and despair because the laser precision of white people to thwart their success at every step for the past millenia comes so naturally to white people the don't even notice they do it and couldn't so even if they wanted. It's normal black people are more affected. They have weaker bodies and less diabetes and pulmonary complications because of their impeccable diets that white people refuse to give them. It's called black Walmart. Because only white peope go to walmart. This is the logic many idiots follow. Curse your idiocy.

Andrain 3 months

Really? Just what was said all along?! Amazing.

Fin 3 months

Tell me where u are so I can come by and spend my stimulus check

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