The initiative is meant to help boost small, black-owned businesses in our city ahead of the holidays. Owners say it's a great opportunity to invite people into their restaurants to have new experiences, eat good food and help support businesses in their community.
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??????? hey I'm straight from Cincinnati you go girls
So what about all the non-black restaurants that have been opened by people that struggle with lows funds, long hours, personal sacrifice and scary risk? They don't cont now because they weren't born black? Sounds racist to me. If you think its not, replace the word "black" in the headline with "white" and imagine the reaction to that!