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Harlem Businesses Rocked by Poor Economy

HueMan Bookstore, located at 425 Avenue of Americas in Harlem, NY closed over the summer. (Courtesy: ClutchMagazineOnline)

Harlem Lanes, a bowling alley that opened with the help of former President Bill Clinton’s foundation, closed in early August 2012. (Courtesy: HarlemWorld Online Magazine)

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(AURN) -- Harlem, one of the few places where Black businesses have been able to successfully in recent years, is showing sign of recession fatigue.  Many of the areas Black businesses, that were once beacons of hope for wannabe Black businessman and women, are closing up shop. 

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