In New York's Harlem, small businesses reel from coronavirus toll on Black communities | News

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By Imani Moise and Anna Irrera

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sylvia’s, a soul food restaurant on Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem, New York, saw a welcome bump in donations and revenue from new customers in early June following calls to “buy Black” after the death of George Floyd.

But the increase didn’t help the 58-year-old landmark restaurant turn a profit. The coronavirus pandemic has…

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