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Inside historic black bookstores' fight for survival against the COVID-19 pandemic

USATODAY.com Monday, 11 May 2020
Coronavirus has plunged independent black-owned bookstores, already battered by bruising competition from Amazon, into a new struggle for survival.
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Some neighbourhood bookstores in France are facing a fight for survival after and eight-week lockdown that has weighed heavily on profit margins. Edward Baran reports.

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