A Seat at the Table: Black Owned Business in Boston

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When it comes to building businesses many Black and brown Bostonians have run into persistent barriers. These obstacles are often related to access to capital and connections.

In “A Seat at The Table” we explore how these struggles affect neighborhoods in communities of color. We look at liquor licenses and city contracts. We’ve also got conversations with people working to make change as well as some who have benefitted from programs that are designed to help create more equity in the city.

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A Seat at the Table: Black-Owned in Boston

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