“Sometimes it’s good and sometimes bad.”
By Jon Brown
The black-owned businesses near the intersection where George Floyd died last May are pleading for help after suffering from plummeting revenue and skyrocketing crime.
Black-owned establishments near the corner of 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, which once thrived, have had to resort to a GoFundMe page after police have abandoned the area, which has since become “a dangerous autonomous zone that has seen crime spike and business evaporate,” according to the New York Post.
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