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Smaller businesses owned by women and people of color often lack the banking relationships that larger companies have.
According to a new survey, most expect revenue to rise, and many expect to hire more staff.
In her new book, "The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together," Heather McGhee looks at how racism drained not only public pools, but also public support for universal healthcare and other "big government" policies.
California salons are reopening after months of lockdown. But some never closed down completely.
Black farmers have struggled, but young entrepreneurs are finding ways to support them.
Economic policies have long excluded entire communities. The Biden administration is putting special emphasis on reviewing housing policy.
Amid the public outrage that followed King's assassination, President Johnson pushed Congress to pass the legislation in King's honor.
A proposed $1,000 savings account for every baby born in the U.S. could improve future outcomes for an entire generation of families.