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Connecting consumers to businesses created by women of color is her passion

Jul 3, 2020
Janet Oganah is the founder of Janet's List, which brings awareness to businesses by women of color in the United Kingdom.
Janet Oganah, founder of Janet's List, shines a spotlight on brands created by Black women and other women of color.
Funso Foluso-Henry

The San Antonio Museum of Art is glad it kept mask requirements

Jun 29, 2020
As cases surge across Texas, the museums's co-interim director reflects on reopening and the safety precautions taken.
Visitors in the galleries of the San Antonio Art Museum.
Courtesy of the San Antonio Museum of Art

In this online barter group, community is a hot commodity

Jun 25, 2020
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, people trade goods, services and information in online communities.

Lists of Black-owned restaurants are circulating. Here's what that means for one baker.

Jun 16, 2020
Rita Magalde, owner of a Utah bakery specializing in baklava, says the increase in business feels like a miracle.
Rita Magalde, owner of Sheer Ambrosia, a baklava bakery in Draper, Utah.
Carlos Linares/Photo Courtesy of Rita Magalde

Activism "is built into the DNA of our brand"

Jun 9, 2020
Nikoa Evans-Hendricks is a restaurateur and executive director of an entrepreneurs' coalition in Harlem. She talks about the role of Black-owned businesses.
Courtesy Nikoa Evans-Hendricks

Unemployment on the Blackfeet Reservation was high before the pandemic, and it's only risen

May 28, 2020
"I'd say that unemployment stands at over 60%, and that was before the virus," said Craig Falcon.
Buffalo in Glacier National Park, located right near the Blackfeet Reservation.
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For some small businesses, the uncertainties of reopening might be greater than lockdown

May 25, 2020
A vintage cafe and clothing store adapted to lockdown with a new business model. What will a partial reopening mean?
Heartfelt Vintage usually serves teas and cakes to its customers.
Courtesy Kate Ashwell

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The new workflow for plumbers means turning some jobs down

May 20, 2020
The owner of a plumbing company won't serve clients who are ill, and both plumbers and clients must wear face masks.
Connie DePaepe, owner of American Drain Works & Plumbing. DePaepe's rules have changed since the pandemic hit.
(Photo courtesy of Connie DePaepe)

Even high schoolers are feeling economic uncertainty

May 4, 2020
High school senior Vivienne Dragun was planning on working to save money for college this fall. Now with the coronavirus crisis, she's not so sure.
Vivienne Dragun, a student in Midland, Texas. "This is one of the biggest years of my life," she said.
Courtesy of Vivienne Dragun

How CGI has changed the business of animal handling and casting

Feb 12, 2020
While CGI has hurt many animal trainers, Greg Tresan's Atlanta business gets busier every year.
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