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Battle to stem closures of African-American banks in US

Banks owned by African-Americans which serve the black community in the US have been closing down at a rapid pace.

There are now only 24 such banks left across the country, but nearly a fifth of all African-American households in the US still do not have bank accounts, so many argue that minority banks are still needed.

Yogita Limaye reports from New York.

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