Black-owned retailers in Minnesota's Twin Cities have seen a surge in business in the wake of the protests that followed the killing of George Floyd. "I just really hope that they keep this same energy," said Gigi Berry, the owner of Gigi's Flair Emporium, who has a waiting list of about 900 orders for her "Black Lives Matter" pins and other items.
Black merchants in Minn. win new customers
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