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Black entrepreneurs still facing challenges (access required)

Black business owners, as of 2021, have the lowest entrepreneurship rates of any single race and ethnicity in the U.S., but Arizona has several programs and organizations to combat the wealth disparity gap and assist the launch and success of Black-owned businesses

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