Minority women denied credit for businesses

May 1998
Jet;05/25/98, Vol. 93 Issue 26, p24
Reports on problems experienced by African American business women with finance, which keeps them from becoming entrepreneurs. Statements from Sharon Hadary, executive director of the National Foundation for Women Business Owners; Reference to a study conducted by the foundation.


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