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Mon April 7, 2014
The Arab American News examines small business ownership
As the city of Detroit seeks pathways back to economic health, small businesses are seen as a key. And there can be no conversation about small business owners in Detroit without involving the Arab-American community.
Most of the grocery stores, convenience stores and gas stations in Detroit are owned by Arab-Americans.
And, historically, the relationship between these store owners and their largely African-American customers has been not without its tensions.
Which is why a recent editorial in The Arab American News caught our eye, and we wanted to share its message with you.
We're joined now by Osama Siblani, the publisher of The Arab American News.
Listen to the full interview above.
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