When you walk down a street and see one business after another, you may not think about how they got started.
Some likely launched with the owner’s savings, or money borrowed from family and friends, or financing from a bank.
But as KPBS Investigative reporter Claire Trageser found, businesses in low income areas are far less likely to get bank loans…which can create patterns of disparity that have far-reaching impacts.
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