Joint Center Vice President Speaks to TIME Magazine About The Significant Barriers Black Businesses Are Facing During The COVID-19 Pandemic
June 6, 2020
Joint Center Vice President Jessica Fulton spoke to TIME Magazine about how Black businesses are facing significant barriers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.e
Several Black businesses weren’t able to take advantage of the Paycheck Protection Program—an issue the Joint Center focused on in our online briefing on Black businesses, access to capital, and future stimulus proposals.
“This is all part of what happens when you’re not including black communities meaningfully in policy conversations around issues that matter,” said Jessica in the article. “The failures of the PPP could have been resolved from the beginning if there were folks in the room who were familiar with the barriers black businesses might face.”
Read the full article here.
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