A series of lawsuits across the country are taking aim at programs that help minorities. One of the latest cases out of Texas ruled that the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), an over 50-year-old federal agency, violated the constitution by providing services based on race. Alphonso David is a civil rights attorney who is representing the Fearless Fund, an organization being sued for helping businesses run by Black women. He sits down with Soledad O’Brien in studio to explain how these lawsuits could impact opportunities for marginalized communities.

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