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Microgrants helping Cincinnati's minority-owned businesses survive pandemic

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Microgrants helping Cincinnati's minority-owned businesses survive pandemic

Microgrants helping Cincinnati's minority-owned businesses survive pandemic

The grants offered by the Collective Action Group are small — about $500 — but can be life-changing for small business owners, especially those whose businesses are too new to qualify for government assistance.


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