These Black-Owned Restaurants and Shops Are Open for Businesses

Supporting these L.A. businesses, many struggling to survive the pandemic, feels as vital as ever
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • June 1, 2020
When the current protests begin to wane, there will still be a pandemic going on, and many small businesses, particularly restaurants and retailers, are barely hanging on. For L.A.’s Black-owned businesses, the current economic crisis may be all...
The full article can be read on the Los Angeles Magazine website.

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