What's causing the collapse of black-owned businesses?

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Kimberly Adams interviewed Brian Feldman for Marketplace about his new piece in Washington Monthly regarding the decline of independent black business.

Owning or running a business is becoming increasingly less common for African-American men and women. 
Companies have grabbed larger shares of the market over the past several decades, edging out small and independent businesses, which often play important roles in their respective communities.


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Brian S. Feldman was a researcher-reporter with the Open Markets program at New America. He previously worked for an education technology company in Cleveland, Ohio through Venture for America