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Starting your own small business requires dedication, daring and a strong sense of your goals. Anika Hobbs had all three when she started an online boutique in 2011 and doubled down by opening a physical shop in the Anacostia Arts Center in 2013. We talk with Hobbs about running a business in Anacostia and the stories behind the clothes she sells.
- Anika Hobbs Owner, Nubian Hueman
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