After the dust settled in the Twin Cities, it’s clear rioters ravaged many businesses owned by minorities and immigrants.
Luis Tamay is an immigrant who saved for longer than 10 years to open his restaurant in South Minneapolis, El Sabor Chuchi, which burned down Friday night as he obeyed curfew, The Star Tribune reported.
“There’s the freezer right there; the kitchen was right there,” Tamay said as he pointed. “Seventeen years of work is gone.”
He lost over $60,000 in restaurant equipment, and he didn’t have insurance. Even if he did, many