Black businesses get fewer loan opportunities, study shows

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In 2019, only 3% of the $23.2 billion in loans from the SBA went to Black businesses

There has been an 84% national decline in lending money to Black-owned businesses since 2007 under the Small Business Administration’s small business lending program.

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In Sacramento, white businesses have received more money for their businesses than all Black businesses nationally from the SBA program, Census data showed.

According to the Sacramento Business Journal, a majority-Black census shows that Black businesses nationally received $157.58 per capita in business loans compared to majority-white businesses which received $304.59 per capita locally in Sacramento alone.

Business owners in white neighborhoods like Galt, Antelope, and North Highlands received $254.67 per capita, whereas people-of-color neighborhoods like parts of Elk Grove, Meadowview and North Sacramento, some of the largest majority person-of-color neighborhoods, received $153.72 per capita.

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