Beasley, Marcus; Holder, Andrew
July 2007
New York Amsterdam News;7/26/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 31, p1
The article reports on the gentrification in Harlem, New York. Activist Julius Tajiddin stresses that African-American-owned businesses are taken over by buyers who are not native to Harlem. Included in the people who are affected by gentrification in the city are Vera Wilson, the owner of House of Seafood and Phillip Bulgar the owner of Manna's, a well- known soul food restaurant in Harlem.


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