Baltimore restaurant owner launches incubator for Black micro businesses - Marketplace

The pandemic has been devastating for small businesses, and that’s especially true for Black-owned businesses, which were disproportionately shut out of Congress’ Paycheck Protection Program in the spring.

Terence Dickson, the owner of Terra Café in Baltimore, was initially told he didn’t qualify for a PPP loan. He eventually did receive a loan through the program, which is one of the reasons he’s been able to remain open for takeout service — along with his…

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