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1424426_646855615366772_1760095743_n “When Alicia Villanueva started selling her tamales, she went door to door to hawk the homemade bundles of savory masa and corn husks from her native Sinaloa. But at about 100 tamales a week, she could only make a little extra cash to help make ends meet, and didn’t have the funds to set up a real shop. She found a small angel investor by turning back toward her community—a group who pools their money into a shared fund.”

by Michelle Chen


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