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Pandemic takes devastating toll on Black-owned businesses

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Pandemic takes devastating toll on Black-owned businesses

Pandemic takes devastating toll on Black-owned businesses

Black-owned businesses are shutting down twice as fast as others during the pandemic.

A once-popular skating rink in Chicago is struggling to keep its doors open with Covid-19 restrictions.

CNNโ€™s Adrienne Broaddus reports.


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